Member since: 2020
Great tool, we can not live without it!
Application Area: Materials, Devices, Tissue
"The machine is just magnificent; it is used at the beginning of the foodchain for all samples we have. From thereon, we use the 3D tomogrphic data and figure out where to carry out additional analytical modalities such as electron microscopy, Raman spectroscopy and others"
Member since: 2019
Organization: CSIR - National Chemical Laboratory
Limitless opportunities to explore various unresolved domains in material science.
Application Area:Polymers and biomaterials
"Zeiss Xradia 510 Versa was a versatile 3D X-ray imaging system with very high potential for imaging specimens with higher size (up to 5 cm) at higher resolution (spatial resolution > 1 micron). Other conventional 3D imaging systems or micro-CT's which we employed earlier had limitations in terms of the specimen size and resolution (6 microns). In-situ imaging can be performed with third-party accessories which enable 4D imaging capabilities. 3D datasets obtained from imaging can be utilized to perform voxel-based simulation, which provides value-added insights about your specimen, such as stress concentration, flow velocity, etc."
Maximize the power of X-ray microscopy (XRM) with Xradia 510 Versa for flexible 3D imaging in a wide range of research environments.
Xradia 510 Versa achieves better than 0.7 μm true spatial resolution with minimum achievable voxel size below 70 nm. Experience increased versatility for soft or low Z materials with advanced absorption contrast along with innovative phase contrast to overcome the limitations of traditional computed tomography.
Achieve performance beyond micro-CT and extend scientific research past the limits of flat-panel systems. Where traditional tomography relies on a single stage of geometric magnification, Xradia Versa instruments feature a unique two-stage process based on synchrotron-caliber optics with a detection system optimized for resolution, contrast and high resolution at large working distances. With breakthrough ZEISS Resolution at a Distance (RaaD), you can accomplish unprecedented lab-based exploration for a diverse array of applications and sample types.