The Future Standard
for Materials Science

Bringing Synchrotron Capabilities
to Laboratory Sources

Innovative 3D X-ray imaging tools
for applications within engineering,
materials sciences & geosciences.

3D Crystallographic Imaging Made Available for Materials Scientists

From 2D to 4D in Materials Research

The former standard of materials research has been through light or electron microscopy, scanning the surface and slicing the material layer by layer. This is time consuming, expensive and prevents evaluating the microstructure evolution as a function of materials processing.

With laboratory 3D X-ray crystallographic imaging you get a much more complete understanding of your material. You can follow the micro-structural development of the material over time without destroying it and without the need for large-scale synchrotron research facilities.

You get unprecedented possibilities for direct 1:1 validation of computer-based material simulations with the unique 4D data provided by Xnovotech’s technology.

The Xnovotech Team

Science based engineering and research leads to Xnovotech’s ground breaking technology.

The Xnovotech team represents the leading competences required to deliver the future’s Materials Science Research Tools.

Meet the team and board of Xnovo Technology ApS.

“The LabDCT module on our ZEISS Xradia 520 Versa 3D X-ray microscope with the GrainMapper3D software is a huge progress for us at The Technical University of Denmark in mapping the microstructure of materials. Using this new tool we now have the ability to see the development in how metals crack when exposed to heat or pressure and relate the observed failure modes to the surrounding grain structure.

We perform a lot of tests and need to do it whenever we want. Therefore it is crucial to us to have laboratory access to such advanced microscopy tools.”

Dorte Juul Jensen
Dorte Juul JensenProfessor at Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Department of Wind Energy

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