Free Evaluation Scan

We have several of our products available for demonstration. We are happy to provide a free demonstration on one of the instrument for new customers to help determine if the system is right for your application. If you'd like to request a free demo, please complete the form below:







1-866-334-4MPI (4674)

Micro-CT Applications for the New Bruker SkyScan 2214

The following examples illustrate benefits of Bruker’s new SkyScan 2214 High-Resolution Multiscale Nanotomograph for a wide array of applications. The SKYSCAN 2214 is the latest nanotomograph by Bruker, a pioneer of micro-CT technology, and is the most complete and versatile system on the market. The 2214 offers a large field of view …

Read More

Micro-CT of a Laptop Computer

New Multiscale X-ray Nano-CT Generates Unprecedented, Ultra-High Resolution Images for Larger Objects Imagine the widest range of object sizes and spatial resolutions in one single micro-CT system! The Bruker SkyScan 2214 is a new multi-scale nano-CT instrument with a large field of view for scanning larger objects at ultra-high resolution. It opens …

Read More

Micro-CT Applications for Particle Analysis

MICRO-CT NEWS, ARTICLES, AND INFORMATION Micro-CT Applications for Particle Analysis 2D & 3D particle size analysis of micro-CT images This article demonstrates that 3D micro-CT is a powerful tool for the analysis of particle sizes and states that “3D analysis of individual particles is the most versatile method to obtain quantitative information …

Read More

Micro-CT Applications for Analysis of Medical Devices

Micro-computed tomography for the quantification of blocked fibers in hemodialyzers Micro-CT scanning is used to quantify coagulation in fibers of hemodialyzers for an accurate assessment of the thrombogenicity of dialyzers used during hemodialysis. The protocol allowed imaging at a resolution of 25 µm, making it possible to count the open, non-coagulated fibers in …

Read More

Micro-CT Imaging of Medical Devices Using the Bruker SkyScan 1173

Product Development: Using Micro-CT to Examine Medical Devices The manufacturing of medical devices involves long processes that face global competition. Requirements for the highest levels of quality, reliability, and safety continue to rise as new technologies are evolving. Micro-CT allows for a deep investigation of products through nondestructive testing (NDT) and is …

Read More

Micro-CT Applications for Quality Control in Food and Pharmaceutical Packaging

  • 29 May, 2018
  • Sumita Chandiramani
  • Micro-CT

Micro Computer Tomography for medical device and pharmaceutical packaging analysis Micro-CT allows 3D, non-destructive investigation of pharmaceutical packaging, helping meet growing needs to analyze the level of quality, safety and reliability of medical devices, and contributing to quality improvement. This article looks at numerous applications of Micro CT for verification of integrity, …

Read More

Micro-CT of Toolmarks in Bone Using the Bruker SkyScan 1173

Forensic Investigations: Using Micro-CT to Examine Toolmarks in Bone Micro-CT is proving valuable in the analysis of crimes and the presentation of evidence by helping establish the weapon class used for sharp force injuries and/or to link a specific object to a crime, making it an important emerging technology within forensic laboratories1. …

Read More

Micro-CT scan of a piranha fish

What is Micro-CT? An Introduction

  • 23 February, 2018
  • Ann Bagnell
  • Micro-CT

  ABOVE: Micro-CT scanned image of the piranha Catoprion mento. The blue dyed segments inside the skeleton are fish scales eaten by the piranha (also shown enlarged next to the fish). Credit: University of Washington. What is micro-CT scanning? How does a micro-CT scanner work? What does nondestructive testing mean? What are …

Read More

Micro-CT scan of a piranha fish

Micro-CT Applications in Animal Studies

  • 30 January, 2018
  • Sumita Chandiramani
  • Micro-CT

This is a CT-scanned image of the piranha Catoprion mento. The blue dyed segments inside the skeleton are fish scales eaten by the piranha (also shown enlarged next to the fish). Credit: University of Washington. MICRO-CT NEWS, ARTICLES, AND INFORMATION January 2018: Micro-CT Applications in Animal Studies The following articles illustrate benefits …

Read More

Micro-CT of Nautilus Shell Using the Bruker SkyScan 1173

The Symmetry of Mathematics and Nature: Using Micro-CT to Examine a Nautilus Shell Within the beauty of the chambered nautilus is a remarkable symmetry created by the concentric rings within the shell. This distinctive pattern is often related to the Fibonacci Sequence, also known as the Golden Number, although the shells do …

Read More

Request more information