X-rays pass through a presented object, losing their intensity depending on resistance encountered.
An x-ray tube turns around the object and produces either closely or widely linked (overlapping) slices.
The reconstituted image enables successive slices of the object to be examined in three dimensions.
– Metallic, wooden, plastic objects … but not glass.
Very precise internal observations. Reconstruction of lost areas or those to be removed.
Non-destructive interior view that permits, among other things, discovery of items added and assembled work that is not visible from the exterior.