Correlative Multiscale Multimodal Tomography (CM2T) is a workflow of spatial registration in two and three dimensions of many imaging modalities – light microscopy, scanning electron/ion microscopy, 2D/3D transmission electron microscopy, X-Ray computed tomography, 2D/3D EBSD, EDS, Raman, etc. – that allows various types of information, and at different lenghscale, to be collected for the same region of interest.
In this workshop we preset one of our workflows that combines sample, region of interest and data transfer from micro CT to Plasma FIB DualBeam and later to TEM microscope. We put attentions on sample preparation, sample transfer and data coordinates locking at different length scales. As a practical example we use our CM2T workflow to investigate cracking in Blown Powder Laser Deposited (BPLD) superalloy IN718 builds.