Either implanted in the human body or used to treat a life-threatening condition, medical appliances must meet the highest possible standards of quality.
For surgical needles, inhaler spray, pacemakers, stents, insulin pens or dental prosthesis, medical devices are everywhere in our daily life. Designed and manufactured to extend human lives, these complex devices must be efficient, reliable and have a long lifetime.
Digital x-ray imaging is a good non-destructive way to ensure their required quality with accuracy. While radiography is perfect for high productivity in-line applications such as assembly inspection or foreign particles detection, tomography may be used for health monitoring or dimensional analysis of complex parts.