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Dissolution behaviour of a 3D printed dosage form captured with time-resolved CT imaging

Time-resolved volume rendering of a 3D printed showing the volumetric changes of a printed dosage form during consequent exposure in media that simulated exposure to gastrointestinal environment.

  • Scanner used: Modified 225 kVp Nikon/Xtek HMX

From Gioumouxouzis, C. I., Katsamenis, O. L., Bouropoulos, N., & Fatouros, D. G. (2017). 3D printed oral solid dosage forms containing hydrochlorothiazide for controlled drug delivery. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, 40, 164-171

Inspection of a marine engine injector

  • Sample: Marine engine injector
  • Sample size: diameter: 20 mm; length 130 mm
  • Scanner: custom 450 kVp/225 kVp hutch

Sample owner: Dr. Nicola Symonds, nC2 | Read more about this study here

Mouse embryo at 16 days post fertilisation

µCT imaging, segmentation and reconstruction of a mouse embryo at 16 days post fertilisation.

  • Scanner: Nikon Med-X prototype

Data processing by David Chatelet, Biomedical Imaging Unit, University of Southampton

Scatter-free X-ray tomography: introducing CLARITy

CLARITy imaging mode is a single slice -based scatter-free imaging modality that allows stunning image sharpness and contrast of dense specimens

  • Scanner: custom 450 kVp/225 kVp Hutch
  • Imaging mode: CLARITy (450kV source + CLDA detector)
  • Sample: additive manufactured curved stainless steal pipe with flanges;
  • Specimen size: 50 mm diameter

Stereoscopic rendering of a Bumblebee

  • Sample: Bumblebee
  • Resolution: 11.8 μm
  • Sample size: aprox. 20mm (length)
  • Staining: Non stained
  • Scanner: Custom 225 kVp Nikon/Metris HMX ST

Sample owner: Dr. Richard P. Boardman (μ-VIS)

Treble recorder made by Peter Bressan

  • Sample: Bressan Alto Recorder
  • Sample diameter: length: 400 mm;  diameter: 20 mm
  • Sample composition: wood
  • Scanner: Custom 225 kVp; Nikon/Metris HMX ST

Sample owner: Andrew Lamb (Oxford university Bate Collection) | Read more about this project here