Thanks to the latest printing technology, high-quality X-ray films can now be produced without the use of developer and fixation chemicals. Modern X-ray film printers ensure consistently high accuracy in material and quality testing [NDT].
An X-ray film printer with laser imager technology produces X-ray films from digital data material. The image data is transferred directly from the PACS software to the printer via DICOM print. Calculation functions and sophisticated exposure systems ensure images of the highest quality in sharpness and density range.
Laser imager technology brings significant benefits to NDT providers in terms of performance, cost and quality. The low-cost printers offer consistently low operating costs throughout their entire service life. Due to the small space requirement, the compact X-ray film printers can be simply placed on a desk or can also be used on the move. Operation is extremely simple. The film can be inserted in normal daylight.
The X-ray film printers provide images of the highest diagnostic quality and are the ideal choice for industrial applications.
Codonics Multi-media Imager Horizon G1
Intelligent desktop dry imager with one supply cassette that produces diagnostic quality X-ray films as well as greyscale paper prints
Codonics Multi-media Imager Horizon G2
The Horizon G2 is an intelligent desktop dry imager with two supply cassettes that produces diagnostic quality X-ray films as well as greyscale paper prints
Codonics Multi-media Imager Horizon GS
The Horizon GS is an intelligent desktop dry imager with three supply cassettes that produces diagnostic quality X-ray films as well as greyscale paper prints
Carestream DryView 5700 Laser Imager
Outstanding profitability meets easy operation - DryView 5700 Laser Imaging System offers simple and cost effective image recording
Carestream DryView 5950 Laser Imager
Perfect combination of high performance and low cost - advantages of the proven DryView technology are integrated with the comfort of a real desktop device