VGSTUDIO MAX is the high-end software for the visualization and analysis of industrial computed  tomography (CT) data.

 Innovative companies  not only use VGSTUDIO MAX in non-destructive testing, but also increasingly integrate it into their future-oriented development and production solutions.
  • Measurements on even the most difficult-to-access surfaces of a component (Coordinate Measurement Module)
  • Non-destructive defect discovery in castings, including prediction of pore cuts (Porosity/Inclusion Analysis Module)
  • Defect analysis according to specifications P 201 and P 202 (Enhanced Porosity/Inclusion Analysis Module)
  • Comparison of manufactured parts with CAD data, mesh data (.stl), or other voxel data (Nominal/ Actual Comparison Module)
  • Wall thickness analysis: localization of areas with an insufficient or excessive wall thickness or gap width (Wall Thickness Analysis Module)
  • Automation through the modular use of macros in different contexts
  • Determination of cell structures in porous foams and filter materials (Foam Structure Analysis Module)
  • Calculation of fiber orientations and other relevant parameters in composite  materials (Fiber Composite Material Analysis Module)
  • Virtual stress tests for the non-destructive simulation of mechanical stress directly on CT data (Structural Mechanics Simulation Module)
  • Flow and diffusion experiments, e.g., on CT scans of porous materials or composite materials (Transport Phenomena Module)
  • Reconstruction of three-dimensional volume data sets using images taken by a CT scanner (CT Reconstruction Module)
  • Determine surfaces with subvoxel accuracy for the highest precision and smallest details (Coordinate Measurement Module).
  • Work natively with voxel, point cloud, mesh, and CAD data
  • Import native CAD files for analyses and segmentation tasks (CAD Import Module).
  • Use additional part information from PMI data for efficient measurement plan creation (CAD Import with PMI Module).
  • Quickly segment volume data sets into individual parts or regions.
  • Easily ‘unroll’ cylindrical objects, flatten bent surfaces, and combine consecutive slices.
  • Combine analyses, e.g., to classify a defect according to its size in relation to the local wall thickness.
Daniel Striček Sales Manager
(X-Ray, CT, SMT P&P equipment)
+420 724 890 087
+420 571 669 349

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