Re: [MORPHMET] RE: micro-CT suggestions

2016-12-06 Thread Murat Maga
to consider (e.g. 1275). But as Tom emphasized below machine is only one part of it. M From: Thomas O'Mahoney <tomomaho...@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 1:03:58 PM To: Angela Roggero; lk...@siue.edu Cc: MORPHMET Subject: Re: [MORPHMET] RE: mi

Re: [MORPHMET] RE: micro-CT suggestions

2016-12-06 Thread Thomas O'Mahoney
Dera Luci and Angela Roggero, Nikon and Northstar imaging are also manufacturers that are worth looking into. The Nikon XTH225 is extremely popular in the UK for digitising objects from ~2cm up to ~50cm. Resolution varies between 3-5 microns and 100 microns, depending on sample size etc. If you

Re: [MORPHMET] RE: micro-CT suggestions

2016-12-06 Thread Angela Roggero
dear Luci, we too are interested in buying a microCT, and are examining some instruments just now. Essentially, we want to scan hundreds of similar, small and low-density objects (insects), and recently tested both SkyScan 1174, and 1172 (Brucker). Besides, I will be glad to know what is the

[MORPHMET] RE: micro-CT suggestions

2016-12-05 Thread Murat Maga
Dear Luci, The very short answer is, it depends on your application (scanning hundreds of same thing or a multi-user facility in which users will want to scan rocks, biological specimens, engine parts). The major companies I am familiar with are Bruker (Skyscan), Scanco and GE. Expect to pay