About CactuX

CactuX is developing and producing addons for industrial and laboratory X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) systems and offers the services of CT expertise.

MEET OUR TEAM

CactuX was founded in March 2020 by the researchers from Laboratory of X-ray micro and nano computed tomography from CEITEC Brno University of Technology who have long-term experience with R&D in the computed tomography field.

  CactuX was founded in

2020

 

  The team comes from

CEITEC

 

OUR VISION AND MISION

We envision CactuX

  • to be an innovation-driven company developing and providing beyond state-of-the-art technologies worldwide,

so we

  • utilize the potential of the european research institutions creating ecosystem for talents development and a multi-disciplinary team.

Our strategy is to

  • transform inspection technologies into modern, adaptive, high-performance and user-friendly analytical tools.

LATEST POST ABOUT US

CactuX team visit at Control Messe 2023 in Stuttgart
The Control Trade Fair 2023 in Stuttgart has just concluded, and we are thrilled to have been a part of this prestigious event. It was a fantastic opportunity for CactuX to showcase our latest products and technologies in the field of Quality Assurance.Our team was...
CactuX and IMT Technologies & Solutions partnership
Our company has recently partnered with IMT Technologies and Solutions s.r.o., a fast-growing company that specializesin providing solutions in industrial automation, SMT inspection, e-mobility, and non-destructive testing (NDT). We have chosen IMT to represent us as...
Enhance your submicron CT precision
Conducting measurements via Computed Tomography (CT) imaging, especially nanoCT does not come easily. There are many factors influencing a CT measurement causing measurement uncertainty, and they are challenging to overcome. To achieve accurate precision results and...
MicroCT Sample Positioning Made Simple
X-ray Computed Tomography, also known as CT scanning, is a powerful tool used in both industrial and laboratory or medical settings for NDT (non-destructive testing) and analysis. It enables the creation of detailed 3D images of a sample by using X-rays to scan it...
CactuX has introduced Essential Toolkit NANO for laboratories conducting nano CT analysis
Figuring out a product that you could bring to a customer and help him in his field, especially if the field is the laboratory and industrial nano computed tomography (CT), might be a challenge for some companies. That is why learning your customer’s pain first and...
We attended the Electronica 2022 trade fair!
This week we attended the Electronica 2022 Trade Fair in Munich! We have seen many interesting projects and made the acquaintance of many representatives from companies focused on X-ray CT, automotive and battery development and production. Impressive company stands,...

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CactuX team visit at Control Messe 2023 in Stuttgart

The Control Trade Fair 2023 in Stuttgart has just concluded, and we are thrilled to have been a part of this prestigious event. It was a fantastic opportunity for CactuX to showcase our latest products and technologies in the field of Quality Assurance.Our team was...

CactuX and IMT Technologies & Solutions partnership

Our company has recently partnered with IMT Technologies and Solutions s.r.o., a fast-growing company that specializesin providing solutions in industrial automation, SMT inspection, e-mobility, and non-destructive testing (NDT). We have chosen IMT to represent us as...

Enhance your submicron CT precision

Conducting measurements via Computed Tomography (CT) imaging, especially nanoCT does not come easily. There are many factors influencing a CT measurement causing measurement uncertainty, and they are challenging to overcome. To achieve accurate precision results and...

MicroCT Sample Positioning Made Simple

X-ray Computed Tomography, also known as CT scanning, is a powerful tool used in both industrial and laboratory or medical settings for NDT (non-destructive testing) and analysis. It enables the creation of detailed 3D images of a sample by using X-rays to scan it...