Werth TomoScope® coordinate measuring systems with computed tomography offer high measuring speed with high resolution. Thanks to transmission tubes with 80 W tube power, measurements can be taken up to five times faster than with conventional reflection tubes while maintaining the same structural resolution. OnTheFly CT for continuous recording of intensity images during rotation and real-time reconstruction of the digital workpiece volume simultaneously with image acquisition also contribute to the very high measuring speed. TomoScope® machines have a high level of availability due to their low maintenance requirements. Proven long-life components enable maintenance-free operation for up to 12 months; maintenance work by the operator is completely eliminated. Standard-compliant calibration is optionally carried out by the Werth DAkkS laboratory, the world's first for CT coordinate measuring systems.
In 2005, Werth developed the TomoScope® 200, the first CT machine for coordinate metrology. With a permissible length measurement error MPE for E of up to (4.5 μm + L/75) μm, it was already possible to measure completely and accurately at that time. The modern successor with high tube voltage and high-resolution detector with compact external dimensions was introduced in 2011. This was followed in the years that followed by larger CT machines for the measurement of difficult-to-penetrate workpieces with high resolution. From 2017, more compact CT coordinate measuring systems for fast measurements with high resolution were introduced with the TomoScope® XS device family.