VGStudio and VGStudio MAX

-A novelty:
-We also offer manufacturer accredited training!
-The new version 3.4 has arrived


In today's world, the demands placed on industry's products are increasingly diverse and challenging. In many cases, they can no longer be tested using classical methods, or only with reduced efficiency. For this reason, more advanced non-destructive testing methods, such as 3D X-ray inspection, are increasingly coming to the fore.

The high resolution GE-Phoenix industrial 3D CTWe offer the VGStudio software family developed by market leader Volume graphics for our X-ray equipment.

With VGStudio software, you can perform state-of-the-art studies on models created with CT or other 3D data formats (point cloud, surface model, CAD):


-Coordinate measurements in the total sample volume

-Material structure tests (porosity, composite tests, etc.)

-CAD model comparison

-Final element simulations on scanned real samples (mechanical stresses, thermal, electrical conductivity, etc.)

-Reporting results in the appropriate format



Thanks to its modular design, VGStudio MAX software can be customised to meet the needs of customers, regardless of the CT equipment they have. The technology is successfully used in industrial, medical, archaeological, materials research and many other fields.



VGStudio 3.4:

-3D CT X-ray scan data display

-Save images and videos of the 3D model and its internal structure

Save -VG project

-VGStudio MAX 3.4 displaying the results of analyses


VGStudio MAX 3.4:

-A complete solution from CT model building to evaluation and report generation

-Cone-beam, Fan beam, Parallel beam, Planar CT reconstruction: compatible with all major CT equipment manufacturers

-more cost-effective package offers when you buy more than one module

-Automated evaluation, report generation

-Combinable analyses

-Geometric measurement modules: Wall thickness measurement, Coordinate measurements, Comparison with CAD model

-Materials testing modules: barrier, porosity testing, testing of fibre reinforced and composite materials and sponge structures, analysis according to VW standard P201/P202

-Simulations: transport phenomena simulation, mechanical strength simulation

-Design module to help you make a tool

New: We also offer manufacturer accredited training!

-Latest version improvements: VGStudio MAX 3.4

  • Coordinate measurement module

    Improved sub-voxel surface definition, fitting of geometric elements, coordinate measurements, criteria checking, reporting

  • Porosity/inclusion analysis

    It searches for material defects, gaps and inclusions within the sample and provides detailed measurement results and statistical data.

  • Enhanced porosity/inclusion analysis

    Analysis according to VW standards P201 and P202

  • Nominal/Actual Comparison

    Performs geometric comparisons of samples with each other, whether Voxel/CAD/Surface based

  • Wall thickness analysis

    It quickly and automatically measures the wall thickness of a sample at each point of the sample, for a single run.

  • Transport phenomena

    At microstructure level, the ability to calculate material properties using finite element methods: e.g. absolute permeability, electrical resistance, thermal conductivity..., and to simulate capillary pressure conditions, e.g. virtual mercury porosimetric test

  • Structural Mechanics Simulation Module

    It can be used to test the effects of various mechanical stresses and forces on the component without destroying it, taking into account material defects

  • Volume Meshing Module

    Tetrahedral volume mesh data format can be exported to external software for further simulations

  • Foam/Powder Analysis Module

    Investigate cell/particle structure in porous (sponge-like)/powder samples.

  • Fiber Composite Material Analysis Module

    It provides insight into the interior of fibre-reinforced samples, such as carbon fibre reinforced polymer (CFPR) or glass fibre reinforced polymer (GRP), by examining the main orientation and density of the fibres.


What's new

New: Reverse engineering