Jan
13
2016

FARO presents the new FARO Factory Array 3D Imager! 3D Scanning for the shop floor and the assembly line

The FARO Factory Array 3D Imager is a metrology-grade, non-contact scanner, which utilizes blue light technology to capture millions of high-resolution 3D coordinate measurements in seconds.

Ideal for the production environment and easily deployed within manual or automated manufacturing workflows, Array Imager delivers fast and consistent measurements, independent of the operator, for quality inspection and reverse engineering applications on parts, assemblies, and tools.

Cobalt’s versatility supports a variety of deployment options including rotary stage, industrial robot inspection cells and multiple imager arrays.

Technical key features that support challenging applications include, among other, the following:

> Multiple Imager Arrays: Expand field of view with flexible configurations of multiple Array units operating  simultaneously

> On-Board Processing: Delivers fast, reliable performance and ease of integration

> Stereo Cameras: Enable high accuracy, stability and self-monitoring

> Enhanced Stereo Mode: Maximizes coverage area in each scan and shortens inspection time

> Interchangeable Lenses: Provide flexibility for multiple fields of view

Cobalt on robot Scanning Door

The most significant benefits of the new FARO Factory Array 3D Imager:

> Increase productivity by automating measurement workflows

> Multiply productivity with multiple imager arrays

> Real-time 3D data for statistical process control (SPC)

> Measurement accuracy ensured by self-monitoring

> Easy to configure and integrate

> Easy set-up and transport

Do you want to learn more about the FARO Factory Array 3D Imager?

Please click here for more information or contact us by phone 00800-3276-7253

Stay tuned!

During the next few weeks, we will post more details about the key features of the new FARO Factory Array 3D Imager!

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