Cirrus Aircraft utilizes FARO Laser Tracker for robot calibration

August 2, 2014

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With more than 25 years of dedication, the name Cirrus is associated with performance, safety, comfort and innovation. Since 1984, Cirrus Aircraft has been committed to the future of aviation through its focus on safety, innovation and improving the overall flying experience.

Discover how Cirrus Aircraft uses FARO® Laser Tracker technology to validate the setup of their robot to ensure its true position accuracy, reduce the quantity and complexity of required fixtures, and cut tooling costs by 60%.

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