X-Ray Imaging Systems

X-ray imaging systems are systems that use X-radiation to obtain images of structures. The tiny wavelength of X-rays means they are useful for imaging small structures. Their most prominent use is in bone imaging but they are also commonly used in imaging the molecular structure of complex proteins.

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This system is designed for the application of X-ray beam alignment. Adopting unique mechanism, it enables to combine various type of CCD cameras for real time X-ray beam alignment.
The easy-to-operate MX20 is utilized in scientific laboratories worldwide to produce highly detailed radiographs of many various types of samples.
The smaller, simpler, safer alternative to radioisotope irradiators. Faxitron’s CP160 is ideal for a variety of irradiation applications, from animal studies to electronics components testing.
The BioVision provides immediate verification of excised breast tissue margins. The BioVision raises the standard of care to new heights for patients undergoing surgical excision or biopsy procedures.
The 500 Series is a five-axis, universal-digital, X-Ray imaging system designed for the inspection of medium size objects.
The X25 series is a five-axis, universal X-ray imaging system that is ideal for submicron 2D X-ray and 3D Computed Tomography (CT) applications. The X25 is an excellent solution for small parts such as Electronics, Medical Devices and other Assemblies.
The Faxitron 43855 Series is available in models D through F with many options to choose from to best meet the specific application. These include microfocus and high kV x-ray sources and computed radiography (CR) imaging.
The 50 series is a five Axis, universal x-ray imaging system uniquely designed for the inspection of small objects. The small footprint of the 50 Series is ideally suited for a multitude of small objects and those larger up to 12 inches in size—a perfect fit for objects with space sensitive environments.
The compact size and relatively minimal cost of specimen radiography systems allow pathologists to place units in their labs. The advantage is immediate and routine access to high-resolution imaging resulting in fewer re-cuts and ultimately faster final report generation.
The LX-60 is utilized in research facilities around the world where a more versatile imaging system is required. The system’s larger cabinet dimensions and higher kV range make it ideal for a wide range of samples.
Faxitron's CellRad is a dedicated, compact cabinet x-ray unit for cell irradiation which can be placed directly on the lab bench top - no need to transport your cells to a core irradiation facility.
The 5000 Series is a seven-axis, universal X-Ray imaging system with a flat panel digital plate designed for the inspection of large objects.
The UltraFocus X-ray imaging system is compact and fully-shielded x-ray cabinet can be placed directly on the bench top in the lab or easy access to imaging wherever needed.