ZEISS LabDCT: Unlocking Crystallographic Information in Your Laboratory

July 30, 2015
Direct visualization of a beta-Ti alloy with overlaid 3D crystallographic information reconstructed from diffraction patterns showing reflections of over 500 grains simultaneously. ZEISS Microscopy offers the world's first laboratory-based diffraction contrast tomography (DCT) system for non-destructive 3D grain orientation studies – now in the laboratory, and not just at the synchrotron. LabDCT is immediately available as an optional module for ZEISS Xradia 520 Versa. For more details and contact visit: http://www.zeiss.com/xrm
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