|About this Abstract
||2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials
||Correlative Multiscale Tomography for Additive Manufacturing
||Bartlomiej Winiarski, Grzegorz Pyka, Austin C Wade, Dirk Laeveren, Philip J Withers
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Correlative tomography is a workflow of spatial registration in two and three of many imaging modalities - light microscopy, electron/ion microscopy, X-Ray tomography, 2D/3D EBSD, EDS, Raman, etc. - that allows various types of information, and at different lenghscale, to be collected for the same region of interest.
In this contribution we demonstrated the feasibility of HeliScan<sup>TM</sup> micro X-Ray CT system and Helios<sup>TM</sup> Plasma FIB – SEM DualBeam<sup>TM</sup> microscope as an ideal research instruments for correlative multiscale tomography analyses of additively manufactured (AM) complex materials and structures. HeliScan brings a unique capability of microCT to materials science by leveraging advanced helical scanning (ideal for slender components) and iterative reconstruction technology to produce unsurpassed image fidelity. PFIB system is the central part of correlative tomography workflow. It allows site-specific preparation and lift-out of massive sub-milometer blocks of material required for further 3D high resolution micro CT and Serial Sectioning Tomography studies.
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