Trying to bring up a new Micro CT scanner -- does anyone knows what's causing this?

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So, my lab started doing some MicroCT scans, and they designed me to learn and try to solve some problems. The first issue that I noticed by doing some research both in some papers and in the manual from Bruker, it's that they tried to quantify the "BMD" without using the Phantom rods. So they did the scan for the phantom.

But now, everytime I try to reconstruct the phantom scan on the NRecon, it shows the message in the image linked on the post.

Does anyone knows what is causing this or how to fix this issue?
 

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It appears you've selected too small an angle ie < 7.5 degrees so the process failed to generate a data file needed for the next process. That process failed when it couldn't find the file.

I would contact the Bruker company about the error or look on their website to see if they have answered the same question using the error text as part of your search.

10 SERVICE AND SUPPORT


The SkyScan 1272 scanner is designed as a maintenance-free instrument and doesn’t require any
periodical service.

New versions of control software and all associated program packages supplied with your scanner may
be available for download in the “Software Updates” section of the Bruker microCT website:

http://www.bruker-microct.com/products/downloads.htm.

In the case of any problem please contact your local distributor. A list of distributors is available at:

http://www.bruker-microct/company/distributors.htm.
 

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