Durham Oktoberfest, the north east’s premier engineering and manufacturing show is the driving force for the promotion of engineering and manufacturing in the north east region and is being held on 23rd October 2014 at the Xcel Centre in Newton Aycliffe.
FARO offers you the opportunity at Durham Oktoberfest 2014 to meet one-on-one with FARO experts and receive a demonstration of our impressive range of 3D measurement and imaging solutions, including the FARO Arm, FARO Gage and FARO ScanArm
We are happy to also announce that our brand new FARO Edge ScanArm HD, the world’s most affordable, high performance contact & non-contact portable measurement system on the market, will be showcased and demonstrated to attendees at Durham Oktoberfest.
Date: 23rd October
Stand No: 83
Location: The Xcel Centre
Long Tens Way
Aycliffe Business Park
County Durham DL5 6AP
For more information visit the event website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This video shows you how to reduce onsite measuring time with the FARO Gage.
As the Gage is specifically used by shop floor personnel, this video includes an example of an inspection routine at one of our clients.
For more on the FARO Gage, please visit our website: www.faro.com/gage
Chris Alston’s Chassisworks has the largest selection of chassis and suspension parts in the automotive aftermarket industry.
Chassisworks serves performance enthusiasts and racers in the domestic muscle car, drag race, and sport truck markets.
Many of Chassisworks’ measurement projects are OEM vehicle frames and stamped sheet metal unibody structures with non-geometric surfaces and features. This makes accurate measurement extremely difficult using traditional tools.
That is where more advanced, state-of-the-art measurement solutions come in. Chassisworks upgraded to the FaroArm Platinum with the Laser Line Probe.
The mobility of the entire system easily allows for leapfrogging to capture data from a large area into a single point cloud. “We found that not only was our accuracy of measurement improved, but also the detail in the data was astounding,” said Scott Rieger, Engineering Manager at Chassisworks.
Sigma3D relies on FARO products – such as the LaserScanArm V3 and Laser Tracker – for mobile 3D measuring techniques.
To continue operating the most advanced devices, Sigma3D recently bought 5 FARO Laser Trackers Vantage.
The Vantage will especially be deployed to provide the highest quality insurance in industries such as, automotive, aerospace, mechanical engineering, and power generation.
The flexibility of the FaroArm enables it to tackle multiple applications under one roof. It allows for quality improvements across different processes resulting in time and production cost savings.
Have a look at this infographic and learn more about the following applications:
• Goods inwards inspection
• Inspection of large parts
• Machine alignment
• CAD comparison
• On-machine inspection
• Dimensional inspection
• Reverse Engineering/Prototyping
• Measurement room inspection
Robotics play an increasing role in today’s engineering & manufacturing. More and more companies rely on complex robots to produce their mass volumes of output. Robotic systems provide consistent results that work by way of accurate coordinate programming. Precise data is essential in establishing proper alignment and performance.
One company that specializes in designing & manufacturing these types of robotic units is Parallel Robotic Systems Corporation.
The webinar will consist of a live demonstration of CAM2 Q showing its efficiency in the measurement of parts against a CAD model. The live demonstration will focus on the following elements of the measurement process:
• Importing / viewing of CAD files
• Performing a CAD to part alignment
• Measuring prismatic features
• Measuring points on CAD surfaces
• Performing part dimensioning
• Building a report
Coventry, 18th June 2010 – FARO, the world’s leading provider of portable measurement and imaging systems, has seen a huge success at this year’s MACH which took place at the NEC, Birmingham from 7th – 11th June 2010.
David Homewood, Area Vice President for the UK, France and Benelux is highly satisfied with the outcome of the show, “MACH is the most established showcase for UK manufacturing. It is the UK’s premier manufacturing technologies event, and we have seen a very high level of interest in our products. We noticed that visitors are more and more educated and have deep understanding of the technology. Especially our FARO ScanArm received very positive feedback.”
FARO will be exhibiting at this year’s MACH which will be taking place from 7th – 11th June at the NEC in Birmingham.