A CT scan device is a data acquisition device that scans an object in a systematic manner. Scanning is an opto-mechanical process. The scanner picks up the analog data of the physical template with the help of sensors and translates them with A/D converters in digital form. So for example, they can be processed (analyzed or visualized) with computers.
Three-dimensional templates can be read only with a 3D scanner. One uses such devices mostly for cataloging or archiving objects. The downside is that the scanning device is often permanently mounted and reference points need to be glued to the object.
A slide scanner is used in both professional and semi-professional range and is available in two versions: one as a pure film scanner in which by means of special devices, the slides and negatives are placed into the scanner. And on the other as a hybrid device in which a flatbed scanner receives a special transparency unit. The Average Cost of CT Scan is determined by various factors.