FARO is pleased to announce that their Design ScanArm has been nominated as the 3D Scanning project/Application of the year for the ‘Our Lady of Cao’ project at the 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards!
Discover the blog on the ‘Our Lady of Cao’ here.
And please vote for us:
‘As part of the recent BIM Show Live conference in Newcastle, _Space Group, the organisers of the event decided to hold a ‘BIM Inspiration Day’ as a pre-event the day before the main conference.
A large range of schools and colleagues were invited to attend, with the aim of showcasing the best tech the AEC industry has to offer in order to promote the sector as an interesting career option and to challenge negative stereotypes of the traditional construction industry.
FARO were invited to present as part of the ‘Digital Surveying’ section of the event and also undertake live demos of our terrestrial and hand held laser scanning solutions, much to the delight of the young people attending!
The event was a great success with some very positive feedback from both attendees and speakers alike!’
FARO Pointsense for Revit is an innovative solution to enable quick and accurate modelling from laser scan data, directly within the Autodesk Revit design environment.
Join our webinar 29th March and receive a complete overview of the product as well as focusing specifically on some of the most recent additions in the version 18.5 release for the detection and fitting of steelwork.
Dynacraft is a diversified global manufacturer of PACCAR and has recently used the FARO Cobalt Array Imager to inspect their emissions assemblies.
“With the Cobalt, we found that both the accuracy and the field of view fit right into this application. And then once we started using it, it was very easy.” – Asher
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28 DAYS to MACH 2018!
FARO is delighted to announce that they will be giving a MACH debut to the worlds most innovative portable coordinate measuring machine, the FARO QuantumS ScanArm. The advanced new QuantumS allows manufacturers to easily verify product quality by performing actions such as 3D inspections, dimensional analysis.
Date: 9-13th April
Location: NEC, Birmingham
Register for your place today!
The Natural History Museum recently used the FARO Edge Arm to scan their blue whale and achieve a full digital specimen. They can then further use this for research and outreach.
Read the full article here or discover our latest FARO QuantumS ScanArm.
Becci Ellis became the fastest women on a conventional motorcycle setting a world record of 264.1 mph on 17th August 2014. However, she did not stop at this. With a team of experts, she turned to Manchester Metrology to find a solution for reducing her motorcycles aerodynamic drag. In order to succeed there was a need to gather highly accurate data and this came through the use of the FARO Edge ScanArm HD.
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FARO, Manchester Metrology, and Optimax have joined together to provide you with the Metrology networking event of the North, held at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester City Football Club – West side.
Where: Etihad Stadium, Manchester City Football Club
When: 28th March 2018
Time: 10.30am – 3.00pm
Here you will find out how you can enable faster, more accurate, compelling and useable 3D documentation for your industry.
Don’t forget to also bring your parts in for us to probe, scan and create full measurement reports directly on the day, and whilst we are doing this, take advantage of the free Manchester City stadium tour (registration required).
The Natural History Museum in London has been using FARO’s ScanArm since 2017 and has just undertaken a project to create replicas of their Dinosaur, Dippy. Previously, models of specimens were created by molding from the surfaces but this had a possibility of damaging the object.
To discover more read the full article:
Real-time location enables a unique value to facilitate a more confident analysis and decreases the risk of taking a less than optimal action. It provides the opportunity to have the right end result every time!
Read more about what Joseph Arezone has to say about Real-time location here: