Computed Tomography (CT) first was an inner-health analysis tool for industrials. From 2D slices of the examined part, information about porosity and lacks could be extracted easily. But quickly, measurements on internal features were asked, because no other technology was able to do it. So, CT became logically a powerful 2D dimensional tool. Recently, with new software and the latest computers, able to manage with very huge files, CT became a 3D industrial digitalisation tool. As to illustrate this, we will first introduce the firm TOMO ADOUR and its equipment, and then we will show some of industrial applications in 2D since 1994 and example of 3D services provided by TOMO ADOUR. Key words: Reverse Engineering, digitalisation, X-rays, NDT, CT.
Publication Source: International Symposium on Computerized Tomography for Industrial Applications and Image Processing in Radiology March, 15 - 17, 1999 Berlin, Germany. Proceedings BB 67-CD. Publisher:DGZfP - German Society of Non-Destructive Testing