This webinar presents FARO solutions used across different automotive metrology applications.

3D measurement and scanning technology solutions from FARO provide a user-friendly and accurate way of taking contact and non-contact measurements for quality control in automobile manufacturing and assembly.

FARO’s portable CMMs (Coordinate Measuring Machines) such as articulating Arms and ScanArms can be used across all applications from engineering to production. This includes clay model development, inspection of incoming parts, rapid prototyping, body panel analysis, body-in-white inspection and trend analysis.

Large-volume FARO laser trackers can be implemented for alignment or robot calibration or in combination with the FAROArm/FARO ScanArm for larger parts measurement tasks.

FARO’s 3D Laser Scanner is the ideal solution for as-built documentation and plant layout projects. 

07 October | 10:00 BST & WAT | 11:00 CEST & EET



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This webinar is presented by James Cross:

James Cross is working at FARO as a sales engineer, specialising in metrology products across the UK. Prior to joining FARO, he was a product manager at ZF, the transmission company which supplies and re-manufactures gearboxes to JLR, Aston Martin, BMW and JCB among others.


About FARO
FARO develops and markets portable CMMs (Coordinate Measuring Machines) and 3D imaging devices, providing best-in-class measurement and scanning capabilities which respond to complex application requirements from our customers.

Technology from FARO permits high-precision 3D measurement, imaging, comparison of parts and compound structures within production and quality assurance processes. Our devices are used for inspecting components and assemblies, production planning, documenting large-volume spaces or structures in 3D, and much more. FARO's 3D measurement technology allows companies to maximise efficiencies and improve processes.

Worldwide, approximately 15,000 customers operate more than 30,000 installations of FARO systems.