Maybe it is not as common and cheap as buying a microwave oven, but probably there are some of you who have thought about purchasing a microCT scanner, right?
Your questions: “Who are the scanner manufacturers?”, “Should I buy a scanner?”, “What scanner ?”. This post will point you towards the information you need to make up your mind.
At the end the decision whether the investment is worthwhile depends on many things. What do you want to use microCT for? How often? Do you know how to operate a scanner? Do you have the right resources? And many more….
Here you will find:
1. The link to useful infos on products, manufacturers, etc.: please, be aware that the information may not be complete and is provided in good faith to the best of our knowledge. If there is something missing or not accurate, please let us know it by writing a comment or contacting us at email@example.com.
2. The help of other readers who already went through this process, us included. To make this happening, ask a question or share your experience by posting a comment.
You may also be interested in the microCT world map page.
So here we start filling the list! Manufacturers are in alphabetical order:
Bioscan (See Trifoil Imaging)
Perkin Elmer (Caliper LifeSciences)
1 in-vivo system (Quantum GX)
1 combi system (Albira)
1 in-vivo scanner (Tomoscope Synergy)
1 ex-vivo scanner (HeliScan microCT)
Gamma Medica (see Trifoil Imaging)
1 in-vivo scanner (LaTheta LCT-200 Series)
1 in-vivo scanner (IRIS PET/CT)
1 in-vivo system (U-CT)
Optical/x-ray CT, Optical/PET/SPECT/CT, Optical/SPECT/CT, Optical/PET/CT
vertical CT and vertical Nuclear/Ct for plant and soil imaging
1 in-vivo scanner (NFR Polaris G90)
1 integrated system (X-RAD225Cx)
1 in-vivo scanner (X3DCT)
Skyscan (now Bruker microCT)
Zeiss (former Xradia )
1 in-vivo scanner (SARRP)
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