C2 Large-Format Heavy-Duty 5-Axis CT System

The Avonix C2 is available with multiple sources and detectors along with a high capacity stage and a scanning envelope to match.

Dense and unwieldy objects are no problem for the Avonix C2 CT scanning system. Configurable with single, dual, or triple sources, single or dual detectors, and multi-positional panel-shift, this system can accurately scan objects up to 275 kg in weight and 1500 mm tall. The C2 delivers an unrivaled inspection envelope via synchronized vertical X-ray source and detector motion.


Everything about the C2 is versatile and robust. The system provides exceptional precision thanks to its 4.3-meter long granite foundation and is configurable with a digital detector array (DDA) and Nikon’s Curved Linear Diode Array (CLDA) to reduce scatter and dramatically improve image definition. With quick assembly and incredible longevity, the C2 will exponentially increase the quality and productivity of your CT scans.


  • Patented ultra-precise and stable manipulator
  • Extra-large inspection envelope
  • Install into existing radiation enclosure or supplied with new modular radiation enclosure
  • Patented microfocus X-ray tube technology, available in 225kV, 320kV and 450kV
  • Supports dual x-ray tubes
  • Supports dual detectors
  • Large format 16-bit detector technology
  • Exclusive Curved Linear Diode Array technology
  • Intuitive software interface
  • Advanced 3D visualization and analysis
  • Customizable macros to automate work flow

Technical Specs:

  • Single, Double or Triple X-ray Source
    • 180kV to 450kV Microfocus
    • 450kV Minifocus
  • Single or Dual X-ray Detector with Multi-position Panel Shift
  • Precision Granite Base Manipulator
    • X-Axis travel: 1000mm
    • Y-Axis travel: 1440mm
    • Z-Axis travel: up to 1700mm
    • Variable Source-to-Detector distance: 350mm to 2000mm
    • Weight Capacity: 275kg


  • Aerospace structures
  • Evaluation of precision parts and large castings, complex mechanisms and internal components
  • Part-to-CAD comparison
  • Reverse engineering
  • Detailed failure analysis
  • Advanced material research and analysis of biological structures
  • Digital archiving of models
  • Troubleshooting of assembly issues