The Faro Factory Robo-Imager Mobile combines optical 3D measurement with robot technology. It pairs a metrology-grade 3D sensor with a human-collaborative robot integrated on a mobile cart that can be moved to wherever measurement tasks are required.
How did adopting portable 3D measurement machines streamline manufacturing processes? By Mikyeong Park, marketing specialist, Faro
Faro’s Focus M 70 provides an entry point for all professional users considering laser scanning in the construction BIM/CIM market.
PointSense 17.5 for AutoCAD provides more tools for the extraction of building components, such as walls, windows and doors. After extracting the building components, new alignment tools speed up the process of delivering 2D plans from 3D point clouds.
Brisbane, Australia: CMM provider Faro has opened a new office in Brisbane, Australia. With a growing customer base in Australia and New Zealand, the company aims to increase its footprint in the Asia Pacific.
Faro introduces Freestyle3D Objects, a new medium-volume, handheld 3D laser scanner for reverse engineering applications.
Florida, USA: Faro has acquired Laser Projection Technologies (LPT), a supplier of 3D laser projection and measurement systems based in Londonderry, New Hampshire in the US.
These trackers make extremely appealing metrology instruments, especially the ability to capture large volumes of 3-dimensional coordinate data quickly and in real-time. By Minta Chen, marketing specialist, Faro
The Faro Design ScanArm is a portable 3D scanning solution tailored for 3D modelling, reverse engineering and CAD-based design applications across the PLM process.