X1 System

X1 Portable DR System

The Vet Rocket X1 represents a new generation of portable X-Ray systems and is the industry’s first fully battery powered DR solution designed specifically for veterinary applications.  Enjoy the freedom of wireless technology without dependence on  AC power and cables….

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Extended Service Contracts

Protect your investment with our extended support services provided by the people who designed and developed your DR systems.  Our expert knowledge allows us to service all your repair and support needs.   Whether it is hardware, software, updates or…

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About Us

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley and founded by digital X-Ray imaging veteran, Andy Fu, Vet Rocket develops high quality digital radiography products for demanding veterinary applications. Prior to founding Vet Rocket, Andy Fu co-founded Eklin Medical Systems in…

Vet Rocket Goes to Space

VetRocket in space

3/28/2015

In January of 2015 VetRocket proudly sponsored the Earth to Sky Calculus

(a group of high school science enthusiasts from Bishop, CA) 67th balloon launch into the stratosphere in hope of deepening knowledge of the upper atmosphere.

To boldly go where no X-ray system had gone before…

VetRocket in space

1/23/2015

To boldly go where no X-ray system had gone before…

Star date: January 21st. 2015. Zoo veterinary technicians Peter Flowers and Marilyn Small assisted their colleagues at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Museum.

Vet Rocket X1 saved another injured Hawaiian Monk Seal

Hooked Monk Seal X-ray

1/6/2015

Vet Rocket X1 saved another injured Hawaiian Monk Seal

“On New Year’s eve, The Marine Mammal Center’s Dr. Michelle Barbieri and the Hawaiian Monk Recovery Team were busy removing a fish hook from Benny an adult male monk seal.

Vet Rocket Goes to Space

VetRocket in space

3/28/2015

In January of 2015 VetRocket proudly sponsored the Earth to Sky Calculus

(a group of high school science enthusiasts from Bishop, CA) 67th balloon launch into the stratosphere in hope of deepening knowledge of the upper atmosphere.
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To boldly go where no X-ray system had gone before…

VetRocket in space

1/23/2015

To boldly go where no X-ray system had gone before…

Star date: January 21st. 2015. Zoo veterinary technicians Peter Flowers and Marilyn Small assisted their colleagues at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Museum.
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Vet Rocket X1 saved another injured Hawaiian Monk Seal

Hooked Monk Seal X-ray

1/6/2015

Vet Rocket X1 saved another injured Hawaiian Monk Seal

“On New Year’s eve, The Marine Mammal Center’s Dr. Michelle Barbieri and the Hawaiian Monk Recovery Team were busy removing a fish hook from Benny an adult male monk seal.
Learn More