X-ray BMD assessment machine teardown

Posted on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012 in Teardowns by DP

Hak8or got his hand on an X-ray bone mineral density assessment machine someone dumped. It seems the only problem is a faulty temperature sensor, but Hak80r decided to break it down and share the pictures with us. For an in-depth gallery check out the forum (56K warning).

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