FARO UK will exhibit at the GTMA Roadshow “Make Measurement Matter” which will be taking place at Warwick University on 15th September 2010. During the show visitors will see demonstrations of FARO’s portable 3D measurement products.
The new SCENE 4.7 features more efficient point cloud handling and visualization due to the new 64 bit architecture which extends the usable memory. SCENE incorporates also the new “one-click” Web-Share functionality. The Web-Share feature allows for easy and secure sharing of scan data via the Internet. Scanned images can now be put on the Internet by just a click of a button, thus enabling users like engineers architects, to share scan information with their customers, suppliers and partners without the need of additional software.
Faro Technologies UK Ltd, the world’s leading provider of portable 3D measurement and imaging solutions, announces that Brookhouse Group have purchased a FARO Gage to complement their existing suite of FARO measuring equipment.
Managing Director Paul Atherton commented, “The ability to give confidence to our customers that we have the latest measuring capability in place to prove conformance is paramount. The FARO Gage provides us measuring capability that is highly flexible and provides operator interaction whilst delivering speedy results in defined customer formats.”
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Non-Contact 3D Digitizers work without touching the object and without damaging it in any way. Once obtained, the object data can be stored digitally or output in analog form so it can be processed and utilized for a wide variety of purposes.
This is a revolutionary process because we can now digitally record artifacts and object previously unmeasurable because of their fragility. Optical measurement systems, or non-contact scanners, are ideally suited for multi-dimensional imaging and digitization of art objects and cultural heritage materials. The object data collected may be used to conserve art and cultural treasures, for study and research purposes, and as a powerful marketing tool.
Due to its enormous range, precision, and speed the laser tracker enables users to be more cost competitive by shifting the whole process of design and development into the virtual realm.
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You need to carry out laser scanning regularly but your volume is low to buy a standard laser scanner? At the same time, using an external supplier is too expensive?
Then FARO Photon 120 SELECT Project Laser Scanner is your solution! It includes FARO Laser Scanner Photon, 500 scans, 2 days of training, FARO Cloud for AutoCad Pro and FARO Scene software as well as other accessories.
Our jury will award the best cubes which will be displayed on our website in September.
Coventry, 13th July 2010 – FARO Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: FARO), the world’s leading provider of portable 3D measurement and imaging solutions, announced today the release of the world’s most accurate break resistant spherically mounted retroreflector (SMR) as a part of their newly expanded line of laser tracker targets.
FARO’s new break resistant SMRs offer the accuracy, durability, and affordability needed in today’s demanding measurement environments. In the past, users were faced with choosing between a high performance, lower cost glass panel SMR or a durable, higher cost, less accurate break resistant model. With FARO’s new break resistant SMRs, however, this dilemma no longer exists. Their accuracy is equal to or better than a traditional glass panel SMR, while having the added advantage of being break resistant. They also come at a lower cost than before – some are even less than a traditional glass panel SMR. This will allow users to quickly recognise a true return on the investment.