Autosport Engineering Exhibition, Birmingham from 13th – 14th January 2011
FARO UK will exhibit at Autosport Engineering which will be taking place at the NEC, Birmingham from 13th – 14th January 2011. During the show you will see demonstrations of FARO’s portable 3D measuring machines.
FARO is organising a European series of seminars called ‘Quality on Tour’ this autumn. The aim is to educate the participants on quality control topics. The seminars are carried out in conjunction with universities and measurement experts.
The seminar Quality on Tour consists of two days and features the topics ‘Portable measurement technology, articulated arm Coordinate Measuring Machines and laser scanners’ as well as ‘Measuring large volumes and laser trackers’. During the mornings participants will hear theoretical introductions to measurement systems, how they work and where they can be employed. In the afternoons participants will have the opportunity to test and deepen their newly gained knowledge in workshops.
The Quality on Tour seminars are taking place in October and November in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, France and Italy. The UK event will take place on 16th and 17th November at Warwick University in Coventry.
More information can be found on http://www.qualityontour.com/.
1st Horizon Surveying & Engineering Ltd offers a complete measured survey & 3D laser scanning service. They provide expertise for anything from simple reduced level surveys, to detailed laser scans and intelligent 3D modelling.
1st Horizon is an established survey company that specialises in 3D laser scanning. Managing Director, Mr Jim Garside commented, “We are an existing FARO customer using the FARO Laser Scanner Photon 120 and we have worked very closely with FARO Product Management on the development of the new FARO Focus3D. The new scanner is a real leap forward in technology and will allow us to improve our scanning efficiency by it‘s speed, portability and data quality”.
Jim continued, “we are investing heavily in the new FARO Focus3D to meet the growing demands for hiring and scanning services that our customers are demanding”.
FARO will be exhibiting at The Infrastructure Show which will be taking place from 18th to 20th October at the NEC in Birmingham. The Infrastructure Show is the new exhibition that unites the civil engineering sector to demonstrate innovative techniques.
The company belonging to the Hyde Group offer a full ‘turnkey’ service utilizing the state of the art equipment they have invested in. Using the FARO Gage they were able to reduce downtime due to on-machine inspection.
FARO will show their measurement solutions at this years Aero Engineering. Visitors can see live demonstrations of FARO’s 3D measurement devices at stand 507 from 29th to 30th September at the NEC in Birmingham.
Norton Motorcycles is an iconic name in British Motorcycle history and the phoenix is rising from the ashes at a new manufacturing facility, at the home of Motorcycle racing, Donnington Park. To make sure that quality is on the highest level, Norton use a FaroArm Platinum 2.4m to measure motorcycle parts, frames, sub assemblies, and finished products.
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.
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.”
FARO and Aberlink are organizing an Open House in Eastcombe on 8th July. Visitors will be able to see demonstrations of FARO’s portable CMM and CAM2 Q measurement software as well as Aberlink’s software.