FARO® CAM2® is all-in-one metrology software for users that are looking for a single, complete solution for all tactile measurement and non-contact 3D scanning applications. The software allows users to connect multiple 3D measurement devices within the same coordinate system and simultaneously scan into a single seat of software on one computer. This capability allows users to quickly scan large objects and complete 3D scanning jobs faster than ever.
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How to perform detailed measurement on large parts & assemblies
In this video, we are capturing 3D data on a high-performance, 32-foot racing catamaran for the purpose of verifying conformance to CAD and optimizing for future designs. The concepts shown are app...
Metrology & manufacturing: 2020 trends & solutions with FARO [webinar]
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...
Scan more, faster with the 8-Axis Quantum ScanArm
See the benefits of the 8-Axis Quantum ScanArm for 3D measurement for yourself — including the ability to scan larger parts with better ergonomics, more accuracy, and up to 40% faster scanning speed.
Tri-State Plastics invests in FARO technology to take advantage of growing aerospace industry
Tri-State Plastics made a strategic decision to expand into the aerospace parts business. To meet the inspection accuracy & volume requirements, they invested in FARO portable measurement arms
From classic to fantastic: restoring & modifying cars with Kindig-It Design
See how a custom car fabrication shop uses reverse engineering technology to quickly and reliably transform premium cars.
FARO ScanArm helps users maximize customer satisfaction
Composiflex is a world-class maker of composites products, relying on the FARO ScanArm to maintain high-quality, customer satisfaction and win new business.
Understanding Portable Measurement Arms
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...
ScanArm & CAM2 drive award-winning quality in manufacturing
After investing in a Quantum ScanArm and CAM2, Industrial Custom Products achieved 50% faster inspection, cost savings on jigs and up to 70% shorter time-to-market.
Applied GD&T: inside the machining world [webinar]
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.
Industrial producer saves time, reduces scrap & satisfies customers
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.
Scanning technology gives new perspective to Apollo 11 anniversary
Few accomplishments of human ingenuity and ambition in recent history captured our collective attention as completely as when we took our first steps on the moon, 50 years ago this year. People can...
Embrace the 3D digital world & watch your business grow [webinar]
Are you ready for the exciting world of 3D product design? Learn about 3D product design tools that will help you to quickly meet your customer needs and react faster to competitive threats...
Portable vs. fixed coordinate measuring machines (CMMs)
This whitepaper contrasts and compares fixed CMMs to portable CMMs and provides insights that will help you determine which solution may be best for your applications.
How easy is full-color 3D scanning? Design World interviews us to see…
Discover how easy 3D scanning can be! Design World and Make Parts Fast Associate Editor Mike Santora takes part in a live demo of the FARO 8-Axis Design ScanArm 2.5C...
Elevating the classroom experience with 3D technology
When students have opportunities to learn emerging technologies in a hands-on environment, they bring those lessons into their professional careers — a win for students, educators and businesses...
3D scanning the past at the Smithsonian
How the Smithsonian & FARO are working to scan Smithsonian collections - 3D scanning is a rapidly advancing technology that maps real-world objects onto 3D computer models. The applications of 3D s...
VTube & Quantum Arm: winning combination for tube measuring
Learn how tube bending setup and planning efforts can be reduced by as much as 8:1 using a Quantum Arm and Advanced Tubular VTube-Laser software – fast ROI.
Speed test: how much faster is the ScanArm with an 8-Axis?
Watch this side-by-side to see how the 8-Axis can reduce scan time by 30% or more for any inspection or reverse engineering process with a ScanArm.
Scanning in color: the first high-resolution color 3D scanner
In 1939, moviegoers were surprised and delighted to see moving pictures shown not in grayscale, but in resplendent color. In 2018, users of 3D scanners can experience that same thrill. Scanning har...
How 3D scanning speeds up reverse engineering