FARO presents its portable measurement systems that can be used in 3D manufacturing and documentation processes at trade shows.
FARO, a specialist in mobile measurement technology, will be present at many shows in France in the first half of 2014. With its products, the company will show visitors concretely the benefits that 3D measurement technology brings for construction, quality assurance, but also for the generation of building surveys and topographical surveys.
At the SEPEM Industries South-East, ENOVA Lyon and Industrie Paris shows, FARO will primarily present measurement solutions with excellent performance price ratios, used for example to align and calibrate installations and machines, inspect parts and control moulds and free-form surfaces. With FARO's portable devices, production shop operators have ideal equipment that allows them to meet the complex demands of their day-to-day work. With these systems, they collect data of absolute accuracy and reliability and generate detailed control reports, all in a matter of moments. In addition, all FARO handheld devices are used in a totally intuitive way. Thanks to their custom functions, they greatly facilitate the work of operators, regardless of the field of application.
The FARO Edge ScanArm ES,for example, has a wide range of features. This portable contactless and touch-free measurement system is probably the best performing on the market. The acronym "ES" means "Enhanced Scanning." Indeed, the device is able to scan simple surfaces as well as complex surfaces quickly and without any problems. It is no longer necessary to spray dark or reflective materials or apply surface coatings before scanning them. The numerical survey of these materials therefore takes much less time. The FARO Edge ScanArm ES is the ideal instrument for product development, inspection and quality control.
The 3D measurement technique finds another interesting application: the topographical survey of buildings or outdoor spaces. FARO will present measurement solutions that can be used for this purpose at the UNGE show in Dijon. The new FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D X 330, for example, represents a technological breakthrough. With a range nearly three times longer than previous models, the Focus3D X 330 can now scan objects up to 330 m away, even if they are directly exposed to the sun. Thanks to its built-in GPS receiver, the laser scanner can perform several scans and then merge them. This feature makes it the ideal device for topographical survey applications. 3D scanning data is easy to import into common software solutions used in architecture, construction/civil engineering, industrial manufacturing and surveying. As a result, deviation measurements, surface and volume calculations, analysis, and inspection and documentation tasks are carried out quickly, with great accuracy and reliability.
Find FARO France at the following exhibitions:
- UNGE trade show, January 23-24, 2014 in Dijon
- SEPEM Industries South East, January 28-30, 2014 in Avignon
- ENOVA Lyon show, February 12-13, 2014 in Lyon
- Paris Industry Show, March 31 to April 4, 2014 in Villepinte
- SEPEM Industries Colmar, May 20-22, 2014 in Colmar
- Salon Architect @ Work Lyon, June 5 and 6, 2014