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Liliana Silva
Engineering,
ISQ, Portugal, Joined Feb 2009, 2

Liliana Silva

Engineering,
ISQ,
Portugal,
Joined Feb 2009
2
17:45 Jun-17-2009
Computed Radiography

In the last months I have been working with Computed Radiography. I am using image plates from DURR. Has anyone has experience with these image plates? I would like to change some ideas!
Thanks in advance.
Liliana

 
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Mr.charles
Mr.charles
10:02 Jun-18-2009
Re: Computed Radiography
In Reply to Liliana Silva at 17:45 Jun-17-2009 (Opening).

I used the same machine.

Do you have any problems,please contact me.

 
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adex609 qorie
adex609 qorie
19:18 Jul-04-2009
Re: Computed Radiography
In Reply to Liliana Silva at 17:45 Jun-17-2009 (Opening).

Yes, i'm also use the same equipment.

 
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