Next level portable measurement – MACH 2022

Faro Technologies, a global leader of 3D measurement, imaging and realisation solutions for the 3D metrology, AEC (Architecture, Engineering & Construction), and public safety analytics markets, will be exhibiting at MACH in April.

The company will be on stand 19-630 and will have multiple subject matter experts in attendance with solutions available for demonstration including the all-new Quantum Max ScanArm, an advanced portable measurement tool that features three purpose-built hot-swappable Laser Line Probes (LLPs).

Designed to meet a variety of small and medium-sized measurement needs, the LLPs – xR, xP and xS – ensure that users are no longer forced to choose between speed, accuracy, or resolution. Faro claims productivity can be increased by over 30% with the enhanced performance and scanning capabilities of the Quantum Max.

Each LLP is optimised with Faro CLR (Continuous Light Rectification) technology, which provides users the highest quality scan data on dark, translucent, and reflective surfaces, eliminating the need for sprays, time-consuming surface preparation, and clean-up while avoiding finished product contamination.

Smart Factory ready, Quantum Max is fully compatible with Faro CAM2 software and its Repeat Part Management feature, which allows guided inspection routines to be pre-programmed. Operators can now perform the exact same inspection routine, minimising variability and maximising repeatability.

Hall 19, Stand 630

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