In the scope of FARO’s cooperation with the UCL FARO will be a part of the Bartlett Summer Show 2010, The Summer Show is the annual celebration of student work at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. Over 450 students show innovative drawings, models, devices, texts, animations and installations.
FARO and Geomagic are organizing a joint User Group Meeting to provide Tips & Tricks for users of the FARO Laser ScanArm / Laser Scanner Photon and Geomagic. The event will take place at the FARO Office in Coventry on 22nd June.
Shades of Green, featured on the Discovery Channel, focuses on wind power and the key players involved in the industry, including FARO. Go behind the scenes to learn about numerous steps involved in building a wind turbine and how companies involved are making the world a ‘greener’ place.
The solution: a 3D IGES file from the Engineering department. TeZetCAD has developed an IGES tube converter. The converter can read out one or more tubes from a 3D IGES file and TeZetCAD can then generate the nominal bend data and coordinate system.
AGP had carried out 3D coordinate mapping projects on almost 400 buildings in Europe when they accepted a new challenge in 2008: to create 3D plans required for restoration of the World Heritage Site Abbey of Mont Saint Michel (France) – in less than 3 months!
If you want to upgrade to the latest version of our CAM2 Q software FARO offers you a free trial version. Just download it, try it for 45 days and find out how it will facilitate your daily work!
Faster data access through modern technology
All FARO Laser Scanner Photon units now feature a 64GB Solid-state drive (SSD). The SSD is the latest state of the art computer storage device consisting of memory chips instead of rotating magnetic discs and moving read/write heads and is much faster and due to the lack of mechanical parts more robust.
Gilbert Engineering, one of the leading vehicle stability and accident reconstruction firms, has extensively tested vehicle safety and the minor modifications that can make certain models safer and less prone to roll. Having spent more than 10 years completing accident reconstructions, founder Micky Gilbert has established himself as an expert in the field, due in part to his commitment to employing cutting-edge technology in order to complete inspections.
This video features a German exhaust supplier for sports cars. It shows how ‘Capristo Exhaust’ first scan the underneath of the car to capture the 3D data which they require for their computer based development process.
They can then perfect the way a sports car sounds.
By utilizing modular tooling fixtures and portable CMMs, manufacturers can eliminate the need for many or all check fixtures in their factories. The solution pays for itself as soon as a check fixture that would normally need to be built, is no longer required. In addition, the modular tooling and portable CMM solution eliminates the need for storage, maintenance and rework costs for check fixtures not currently in use.