Fragile, complex and free-form surfaces can be captured as a detailed 3D point cloud using the FARO® ScanArm. These point clouds are captured by scanning objects with a laser beam. The ScanArm allows users to quickly perform non-contact 3D inspections with ease. Non-contact 3D scanning can digitize features such as flush and gap that are difficult to inspect using contact methods. Laser scanning is a quick method for verifying many features and dimensions, producing detailed reports with measurable values.
See how you can quickly and easily re-engineering legacy CAD files as well as update or create as-built doc...
The success of how jobsites and projects are run is entirely dependent on the construction technology and systems we have at hand, and the evolution of that technology is growing even more rapidly...
Watch this webinar to learn how to use 3D measurement solutions for reverse engineering and design. We review a recent project on how to develop a mask for use as a protective breathing apparatus.
Learn the basics of what a Gage R&R study is, how to perform two of its most common variants, and why it’s the essential first step in any manufacturing process.
Oil and gas production is a dangerous business. 3D laser scanning is a helpful tool for reducing risk to your workforce and avoiding fines.
The oil and gas industry is particularly demanding when it comes to safety. Laser scanning solutions are useful tools for reducing risk to employees, avoiding fines and improving industry safety.
Future-proof your company by adopting an ecosystem approach with devices and systems that work together and have multiple capabilities - known as Traceable Construction.
Learn how the oil and gas industry is adopting the 3D laser scanning technology to prevent safety issues and costly delays.
This webinar takes a closer look at what you can do with FARO Zone 3D with examples of various different deliverables created from a single photograph, even if you don't use a Laser Scanner!
Join the experts at FARO as we take a look at the challenges faced across the manufacturing industry and the emerging trends and solutions of 2020. Learn how solutions such as automated in-line ins...
Watch this webinar to learn best practices for scanning crashes to capture everything without "over working" the scene, see examples of how to work crash details, such as visibility of skid and more!
With challenges and high demands of law enforcement, technology such as 3D scanning has become a necessity for many agencies. 3D scanners can provide significant time savings alone by accurately...
See a roundup of our latest resources for fabricators, metalformers & welders.
PCM INNOVATION (PCM) designs and manufactures assembly lines, fixtures, and molds for high-precision parts. Its customers are world leaders in aviation, aerospace, and transportation. Many of the p...
For companies who need to assemble or position parts, especially in high volume, who paint large-scale objects, or who work with multiple plies during the composites layup process, 3D laser...
The third installment of our GD&T series takes us inside the machining shop, showing you how Measurement Arms solve the QA challenges unique to the industry.
Technical assistance solutions such as laser templating and augmented reality are helping drive Industry 4.0 quality initiatives and allowing manufacturers to achieve time and cost savings.
See how you can create a stunning fly-through of any crime scene in just a few steps. Easily present your case in court and share your findings in a visual and powerful way to judges and juries.
Implementing a Quantum S ScanArm allowed Brodie International to achieve their inspection accuracy requirements, perform inspections faster, reduce scap and rework and improve customer satisfaction.
The world relies on measurement to operate, and for hundreds of years this has been accomplished by the tools of the time — hand tools such as calipers and micrometers, which provided basic measure...
Dive into applied GD&T automation with large-volume laser scanning applications, including heavy machinery, ship-building, large parts and assemblies.