The 4D imaging lab is a new facility for 3D and 4D imaging of internal structures of bulk materials and objects based in the laboratories of the Division of Solid Mechanics in the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) at Lund University. The facility is centred around a high resolution laboratory 3D x-ray microscope (tomograph) (Zeiss Xradia XRM520). Financing for the tomograph was provided by the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) at Lund University and additional funding has been provided by the Crafoord Foundation. High resolution x-Ray tomograph for 3D imaging of the internal structure of bulk materials (Zeiss Xradia XRM520). We can do:
* Resolutions down to <700 nm.
* Objects up to 300 mm diameter and 15 kg weight
* Possibility to do in-situ experiments and time-resolved "4D imaging"
* Software for 3D reconstruction, visualization and data quantification
Aeronautics and Automotive, Bio-based materials and polymers, Construction Materials, Cultural Heritage, Energy Applications, Environmental Engineering and Recycling, Food and Agriculture, Industrial production and Manufacturing, Medtech - Biomedical engineering, Metallurgy and Mining, Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials
Offer / Action
Contact us for use of the X-ray Tomograph to scan objects up to 300mm and 15kg in time-resolved experiments, three dimensional reconstruction, visualisation and data quantification.