Exact Metrology Demonstrates CT Scanning, 3D Printing Technology at Wisconsin Open House

The company gave product demonstrations and technical presentations on 3D printing and CT scanning.

Exact Metrology (Cincinnati, Ohio) held an open house at its Brookfield, Wisconsin, location to showcase its newest products in 3D printing and CT scanning equipment. Hosted by Co-President Dean Solberg, the day included product demonstrations with the company’s engineering specialists.

Ten stations were set up throughout the facility, each demonstrating equipment, most of which was available for hands-on use by the attendees. Several attendees brought their own parts and had them scanned onsite, then 3D printed. Several breakout sessions on 3D systems ran throughout the day.

One product demonstration included scanning a single grain of salt with the ProCon CT scanner. The scan picked up details as minute as the ridges in the salt grain. CT scanning is currently used by Exact technicians to examine injection molded parts, castings and forgings, and to evaluate porosity, grain structure and filament distribution. 

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