FARO has recently launched the TracerM which accurately projects a 0.5mm wide laser line onto a 2D/3D surface or object to provide a virtual template that enables operators and assemblers to quickly and accurately position components with absolute confidence.
It has always been a challenge when assembling large cumbersome components. In many cases its key that there is a high level of precision when assembling large components. For example, an inaccuracy of just 1mm when assembling two prefabricated elements such as an aircraft’s fuselages could result in massive deviations.
The TracerM provides a precise solution for operators and assemblers in ensuring that there is an improvement in productivity and accuracy.
FARO would like to present their exclusive Scan to BIM for Highways event, which will be taking place at the Crowne Plaza Birmingham on 4th October 2017.
The event is held in collaboration with both Autodesk and Transoft. We aim to provide an overview of FARO’s current Mobile Mapping technology alongside dedicated real life workflows presented by our market leading software partners. Join us to learn how the use of innovative technology and software can help you to increase levels of productivity and efficiency.
10.00- 11.00 Use of the mobile mapping technology, quality of capture, ease of use, outline processing and data results – FARO
11.00-11.15 Short break
11.15-12.15 Design of sign and roadmarkings – presented by Transoft
13.00-14.00 Best uses of scan data in the Infrastructure Design process – presented by Autodesk
14.00-15.00 Design to Construction workflows enabled by Autodesk technology – presented by Autodesk
15.00-16.00 Asset handover – Autodesk/FARO
To register please click here.
FARO has recently had the opportunity to provide their FARO Freestyle and FARO Focus Laser Scanner in helping to ensure the Trinity Buoy Wharf Lighthouse in London can be cherished for more coming years.
FARO 3D X130 tripod mounted laser scanner was used by SIAD to gather data of the entire exterior and interior of the lighthouse. They then further used the FARO Freestyle to ensure they captured all sides of an object. Together the Freestyle and Focus have been able to contribute to heritage preservation.
“We were delighted to apply our expertise and the use of a FARO 3D X130 tripod- mounted laser and a FARO Freestyle, to the Trinity Buoy Wharf Lighthouse project.”
To discover more on how the Freestyle and Focus have helped in heritage preservation, click here. If you would like to book a web demonstration for the FARO Freestyle and FARO Focus you can request here.
Manitowoc have recently invested in the FARO TracerM as they had been experiencing increased loss of productivity. With the FARO TracerM, Manitowoc are now able to ensure that there are no mistakes when they are producing their lifting solutions and rework is also no longer an ongoing issue.
Dr Bernd- Dietmar Becker, chief technology strategist and head of FARO Labs recently met with GIM Internationals Wim van Wegen where they discussed what to expect from laser scanning and its role as key reality capturing technology in the years ahead.
FARO are keen to follow the latest technological advances and we want to ensure that we can adapt quickly to change, providing 3D measurement solutions to our customers and our industries.
To discover the full interview click here.
Faro are tremendously delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted in the category ‘Industrial Product Application’ for the TCT Awards 2017. The TCT Awards provide an opportunity for the nominees to be recognised for their most unique, inventive and impactful applications of 3D technologies in a variety of vertical markets. FARO’s latest ultra-portable Focus Laser Scanner has been the reason behind this outstanding recognition. The Faro Focus enables to capture fast, straightforward and highly accurate measurements of complex objects and buildings and has helped to deliver a complete 3D “walk-through” model of a complex food manufacturing facility. The winner will be announced at the TCT Awards on 27th September 2017 at the Birmingham Town Hall, Birmingham, UK.