laminography


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laminography

[‚lam·ə′näg·rə·fē]
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Partial CT (PCT) can be used at any point in the board to provide laminography, or 2-D x-ray slices, over a defined field of view into its z-depth.
Together with Nikon Metrology UK, it aims to develop and test methods for scanning and visualising the insides of large, flat components using X-ray computed laminography (CL).
We will be developing an alternative technique, which applies computed laminography, to overcome the limitations of conventional computed tomography for large, flat components.
The voiding percentage on BGA balls of a 196-pin I/O BGA (U1) and a 64 pins I/O BGA (U300) were measured using a laminography x-ray system.
Softshell tests, electrical test for connectivity, functional test, x-ray laminography, and A01 can also be used either standalone or in combination depending on product requirements.
The scientists used synchrotron laminography, a recent imaging technique specially developed for studying large, flat samples.
Laminography is an early and limited form of 3-D X-ray technology that can form a distinct image of one side while ignoring the components on the other.
Several different types of x-ray inspection systems include laminography and computerized tomography (CT).
Transmissive x-ray and x-ray laminography techniques are employed to inspect joints, hut the information gathered from these methods is difficult to interpret and analyze compared to direct inspection.
One is a laminography dual-energy (LAMDE) system, which has four different modes of operation and performs radiography.