3D-X-Ray Computer Tomography

The three-dimensional X-Ray computed tomography, is a non-destructive and non-contact method for three-dimensional representation of inner contours and textures of objects. This technique is widely used in research and industry.

Recent developments in tube technology, the surface detectors and computer capabilities have led to reduction of the analysis and reconstruction times. In addition to the high level of detail, this has led to widespread use in industrial quality control. Automated computerized comparison measurements of CAD data and reconstruction data due to CT are common today.

Precondition is the precise rotation of the object in front of the detector. Our systems achieve high guidance and positioning of about 1 μm. The X-Ray tubes used in our systems achieve power output from 10 kV to 300 kV and can be operated at 0.01 mA and 3 mA (focal spot 2 μm - 230 μm at 300 W power).

The area detectors have a resolution of 1024 x 1024 pixels and can be used for direct 3D imaging and additionally be used for digital radioscopy (DR). The spatial resolution or detail detectability is - depending on the width of the object to be examined - in the range of about 0.005 mm to 0.3 mm.

Spatial resolution / voxel size

The spatial resolution or detail recognition is critical to the quality of a CT. It is defined by the number of pixels of the detector and the component size. By adapting the distance from the object to the detector area, the resolution can be influenced.

To be examined structures of the voxel size must meet. A structure can be accurately measured when it is represented by multiple voxels in the image.


We use proprietary developments or offer licenses from well-known software.

In our stationary systems objects can be studied up to a size of 300 mm x 300 mm. The RoWi-X system developed by us is able to X-Ray much larger components (e.g. windmill blades).


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Film showing the scan of a bud with our System SHAKE 3D CT 130

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Film showing our RoWi-X X-Ray System


Film showing RoWi-X System - Measuring - Drilling - X-RAY


manufacturing world japan 2020Auf der 5ten MANUFACTURING WORLD Nagoya, vom 9.-11. September 2020 zeigte unser Partner QVI Japan, neben weiteren Geräten unser SHR CT 50.


control 2019

Die Control in Stuttgart stellt für uns eine der wichtigsten Messen dar. Wir freuen uns, sobald es wieder vollumfänglich möglich ist Messen zu besuchen, Sie auf der Control begrüssen zu können. 

SHR 3D CT 70

SHR 3D CT 70Mit dem neuen SHR 3D CT 70 zeigte die SHR Shake GmbH auf der Control innovative kompakte CT-Technik im Kleinformat. Das Desktop taugliche Gerät überzeugt mit Leistungsdaten aus der Oberklasse. mehr lesen

Seminar für
Strahlenschutz 2020

Das Norddeutsche Seminar für Strahlenschutz in den Universitäten in Kiel und Greifswald hat die Termine für 2020 bekannt gegeben. Shake unterstützt mit seinen Experten ggf. bei allen Fragen rund um die Röntgen-Technik.

The North German Seminar for Radiation Protection in the Universities of Kiel and Greifswald has announced the dates for 2020. Shake supports with his experts if necessary with all questions around the x-ray technique.
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Shake CT-Filme

SHAKE CT130 3DCT130 3D und Volume Graphics Analyse

Invertierung AbdruckloeffelDateninvertierung zur weiteren Bearbeitung

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Scan einer toten MausComputertomographie einer Maus


SHAKE Inline CT 50
SHAKE Inline CT 50

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