Non-Destructive Testing NDT

We have a wide range of options to support your NDT radiography efforts. We can supply you with film and chemistry – stocked at our facility in San Marcos, CA, and shipped the same day. When it comes time to migrate to the digital world, we’re here to help you through the process. We offer a wide range of computed radiography (CR) plates with different sizes and sensitivities to match your film setup.

Creative Electron can also assist you with moving to digital radiography (DR) with several options to fit your inspection requirements. Our X-ray source options start at microfocus 80kV units to over 450kV guns. We also offer a scalable cabinet or vault solution, tailored to your exact NDT needs.

We recognize too, that your NDT challenge may not be standard, and so all our systems are available with an array of custom features. From custom software and AI algorithms to robotics and automation, we can work together on an end-to-end solution to perfectly match your application.

Our solutions are as unique as your application. Don’t hesitate to call us today.



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There isn’t much more reassuring on a high-reliability product than to have a final X-ray inspection of the product to verify that all the parts are where they should be. Confirming orientation of a needle, the right number of coils on a spring, or the proper amount of fill in a vial are all crucial.

Parts &<br>Placement

There are many layers to battery inspection. Depending on the battery type, resolving the layers themselves can be critical. The anode and cathode connections presence and alignment not only show pass/fail but also are signs of counterfeits.


3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is still progressing strongly. Seeing the internal structure, porosity, and other defects is a huge advantage towards making strong designs.

3D Printing

X-ray inspection is ideal for identifying internal defects such as inclusions, as well as gas and shrinkage porosity.  But digital radiography is capable of so much more.


Computed Tomography, or CT, is valuable tool for inspecting products in full 3D. The product is spun a full 360 degrees while hundreds or thousands of X-ray images are acquired. Powerful software then reconstructs a model that can be spun, sliced, and even printed with additive manufacturing.

Computed Tomography
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