STG: UNCONVENTIONAL INDUSTRIAL TOMOGRAPHY 

STG has been designed to quickly and easily scan very long (virtually infinite) objects.
Thanks to the GANTRY architecture, STG revolves around the object during the XRAY scan while the classic Industrial CT Scanner rotates the object laid down on a table: this makes STG
 a unique industrial CBCT.

STG also moves longitudinally reconstructing, in a shot, 3D slices of 1000 mm; the radiological chain, medical-grade, guarantees high reliability and allows to scan a volume of 1000 mm x 800 mm in less than 10 minutes (or 1000 x 600 mm in less than 5 minutes). Reconstruction and diagnosis can also be done off-line while the system is scanning the next object or in a cluster with an external computer to improve efficiency. 
The STG's main applications are focused on qualitative analysis of structural parts in CFRP,  Al-Alloy, Mg, Plastic, Wood typically wings, propellers, tubes, very long supports, wheel rims, frames. 
Ideal integration with AM processes (Additive Manufacturing) for immediate analysis of the manufacturing results. Optimal is the use of STG to intercept defects in the CFRP process: carbon fiber adhesion, cracks analysis, bubbles, porosity and comparison between the scanned model and the CAD model.

STG-ONE is the last born of the STG   family, it has been designed and developed with Vetorix Engineering, a company with decades of experience in Non Destructive Inspection, to bring to you the future of the Computed Tomography Analysis.

THE STARGATE FAMILY

STG.ONE

STG.P

STG.E

STG.W

STG.E: specific for extrusions in plastic / rubber / aluminum.

By inserting a piece of a few centimeters STG.E will automatically obtain the orthogonal section and compare it with a reference dxf file.

STG.P: developed for carbon rollers, rotor blades, drone wings, it allows to analyze internal defects, voids, delamination or incorrect fiber deposition.

STG.W: perfect for carbon or light alloy rims up to 23 "

CASE STUDIES

Carbon roller with crakcs and geometrical fiber analysis

Plastic gear with residual air bubbles

User interface for scanning a wheel in CFRP

Result of the scan with clear crack inside a spoke 

Plastic and aluminium gasket: 3D

Plastic and aluminium gasket: automatic section extraction and measurements in 2D

Medical devices: internal measurements

Carbon fiber roller with defect 

STL comparison of geometrical measurements (Hausdorff distance algorithm)

Drone wing with lack of fiber

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Scan FOV: 600 mm Diameter x 600 mm Height

3D Volume/MPR reconstruction

Voxel size: 500/300/200/100 um

Spatial resolution: up to 5760 shots/rev

150KV/200mA @ 30kW XRAY Power

VGStudio Max full compatible

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