Portable CMMs from FARO simplify the implementation of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) and provide efficient, easy-to-use solutions for CAD-based 3D inspections and nominal comparisons.
With their versatile contact and non-contact measuring capabilities, tools such as the FaroArm, FARO ScanArm and FARO Laser Tracker can utilize CAD overlays to check complex geometry against design or CAD comparison to evaluate deviations in surface form and ensure every part is machined to an exacting tolerance.
FaroArm Fusion eliminated Alf Engineering’s concerns for human error and allowed the team to acquire measurements in a much shorter time. The device produces consistent results, regardless of the operator’s skill or experience. Its ability to record data digitally has reduced measurement time and enabled reports to be generated quickly and easily, as there was no longer a need for manual recording of data.
The Gage stood out as the winning choice for Unitech because of its versatility. As the precision engineering firm made its first foray into the 3D measurement world, transiting from traditional hand tools like calipers, height gauges, and micrometers, it found that the Gage suited their needs perfectly. A robust device that can withstand the harsh working conditions of the shop floor, the Gage allows users to measure parts and assemblies easily, quickly, and accurately.
Before purchasing FaroArm, Yunding outsourced most of its daily measurement projects to contractors who were already using FaroArm. In consideration of the increase in demands and for cost-saving measurements, Yunding hence decided to purchase its own portable measurement equipment. FaroArm Measurement Arm eventually became Yunding’s ultimate choice, with its remarkable cost performance measurements, and its successful live demonstrations.