Bookings

In order to access the CTLabs resources users must register with our booking system using the links below.

It is strongly recommended that new users discuss their particular requirements with CTLab staff. We cater for a divers range of applications across all disciplines and can advise how best to proceed to ensure that users get the best outcome from using our facilities. It is important to know how users intend to use their data and what they expect to learn. This can effect the whole workflow from sample preparation through to analysis and visualistion.

Please contact us to learn more.

Booking system »

New users

New users may register using the link below.

  • If you are ANU staff or student please use your u1234567 number as User Number when registering. A functioning charge code (GLC) for which you have authority is mandatory prior to use of CTLab resources.
  • External users please contact CTLab for assistance.

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Charges

Resource charges - Educational user

ResourceCost
High resolution micro CT (ANU4)$30 / hour
Large volume micro CT (ANU1)$30 / hour
Sub micron CT scanner (ANU2)$30 / hour
Meso-CTTBD
Personnel (sample prep, scanning setup, visualisation and analysis services)$100 / hour
Training workshop$30 / hour
3D visualisation workstationFree
3D printing$0.95 per cm3, min charge $60
Please contact for more details

Please note: The fees and charges listed here are subject to change without notice.

Exact cost of a single scan may vary greatly depending on the application and often multiple samples may be scanned together. For example a high-quality, high-resolution scan may comprise:

ItemTimeCost
Personnel (Sample Prep + scanning setup)2hrs$200
High resolution micro CT (ANU4)15hrs$450
Personnel (visualization image)2hrs$200
Total$850

Minimum charge for individual scan: $250

Resource charges - Non-Educational user

Please contact us to discuss your project and we will assess your needs.

Updated:  4 April 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Director, RSPE/ Page Contact:  Webmaster, RSPE