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CT4AM is a cross-platform toolkit for 3D-image processing in the domain of additive manufacturing for toolpath visualisation or correlation to tomographic data and related materials science. It is written in C++ and provides small, problem-specific applications for viewing, analysing and visualising of volumetric data from micro-CT scans with respect to the complex process parameters and characteristics of additive manufacturing. The main objective is not to provide yet another complex application for volume data visualization and medical image processing. Instead, CT4AM is a collection of small and simple apps that have already been successfully used to solve various problems in materials science and process visualization. You can either execute these tools directly or use their source codes to develop your own application for toolpath analysis or correlation.


  • convert GCode toolpath data to .vtk format viewable in Paraview --> GCode2vtk
  • analyse information from µCT images (MorphoLibJ) with respect to toolpath data --> GCodePoreCorrelation
  • convert GCode from FFF slicers to LPBF format (ORLAS) --> GCode2GCode


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This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/ctfam/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.