Cork is a naturally occurring substance found on the outer layer of a cork oak tree and is found primarily in areas along the Mediterranean Sea. Cork has been used for over 400 years for wine stoppers and is now becoming a new material for eco-friendly products, such as cork flooring or modeling. CT scanning can be useful for cork as it can show the porosity content in a chart, in 3D. Internal components can be seen without the use of destructive testing. Instead of creating a CAD model of the cork product from scratch, a CAD file can be generated from the CT scan, which can be used for multiple purposes, such as reverse engineering. For more details on the CT scanning services that Jesse Garant & Associates provides with respect to porosity analysis and reverse engineering please visit www.jgarantmc.com/ct-services/.
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