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Calling All Parts!

Calling All Parts!

Are you sure your parts are meeting your quality assurance standards, even the internal structures? Would an inside look at your parts help you guarantee optical performance? Then you won't want to miss this amazing opportunity. Reserve your one complimentary Zeiss Computed Tomography 3D X-ray scan and data analysis today!

Computed Tomography 3D X-ray scans give you an inside look at your part without destroying it. Learn if your manufactured part has internal defects, warpage, air bubbles, or other issues that cannot be seen from the exterior.

The steps are easy:

  1. Fill out the "contact us" form on our website and schedule when you want to have your par scanned with your account manager.

  2. Mail your part to us at:

    Trilion Quality Systems
    651 Park Avenue,
    King of Prussia,
    Pennsylvania, 19406

    Be sure to include a return address!

  3. We will scan the part in our CT machine.

  4. We will email you the x-ray scanning data and mail your part back.

  5. Go over the data with one of our engineers.

  6. Only one free scan.

Two engineers going over a complex 3D printed part that is about to be x-ray scanned

Your part will be scanned in the third-generation Zeiss Metrotom 1500 CT model. The Metrotom 1500 provides high-quality scanning resolution, speed, and a larger measuring volume than previous models. Click to learn more about computed tomography.

To get started with your free scan, reach out to one of our expert Technical Account Managers by going to our contact page and clicking on the “Contact Our Sales Team" button. We look forward to working with you!

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