The Software for Automated CT Inspection.

What is VGinLINE?

VGInline is a fully automated solution that allows users to perform CT-based inspection tasks in production environments. Users can define inspection plans and workflows for different parts and batches, and then execute them automatically with minimal human intervention. VGInline can also generate reports and statistics based on the inspection results and export them to various formats. VGInline is a fast and reliable tool for quality control and process optimisation of CT-based inspection processes.

Automation for Every Requirement

VGinLINE automatically or semi-automatically inspects your parts with a recurring analysis pattern:

Broad Feature Set

VGinLINE Complete offers all relevant features of VGSTUDIO MAX, i.e., coordinate measurement, wall thickness analysis, nominal/actual comparison, defect detection (pores, voids, inclusions), fiber orientation analysis, and foam structure analysis.*

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Defect Detection

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