With the new powerful Freestyle3D Objects, FARO expands the successful product concept of its construction BIM/CIM Freestyle3D Scanner Series to the growing and fast moving product design and public safety forensics markets.
The balanced approach of detail and ease of use makes the Freestyle3D Objects ideally suited for a number of challenging measurement applications including reverse engineering for product design and crime/crash scene investigation in public safety forensics. With a scan range of 0.3 to 0.8 meters, FARO Freestyle3D Objects is optimized for scanning mid-sized components and items in almost every industry. Whether the goal is to capture industrial pump and wind generation components, molded plastic items or documenting the inside of a vehicle as part of a crash or crime scene investigation, FARO Freestyle3D Objects scans the needed geometry into a high resolution color point cloud. Once the object has been measured, the user receives the data prepared in SCENE Process 6.1, offering a large scale meshing tool, or the user can export the data into many end user applications.
FARO Freestyle3D Objects is the first 3D handheld scanner solution that FARO is introducing to the Early Adopter (EA) community. FARO’s EA Program provides leading edge products to qualified customers for limited product introductions. Sign up for the FARO EA Program at: http://www.faro.com/early_adopter/ for more information on how to experience this new solution yourself.
More information on FARO Freestyle3D Objects is available at http://www.faro.com.
FARO is the provide of 3D measurement and imaging solutions for factory metrology, product design, construction BIM/CIM, public safety forensics and 3D solutions and services applications. The company develops and markets computer-aided measurement and imaging devices and software. Technology from FARO permits high-precision 3D measurement, imaging and comparison of parts and complex structures within production and quality assurance processes. The devices are used for inspecting components and assemblies, rapid prototyping, documenting large volume spaces or structures in 3D, surveying and construction, as well as for investigation and reconstruction of accident sites or crime scenes.
FARO’s global headquarters are located in Lake Mary, Florida. The company also has a technology center and manufacturing facility consisting of approximately 90,400 square feet located in Exton, Pennsylvania containing research and development, manufacturing and service operations of its FARO Laser Tracker and FARO Factory Array Imager product lines. The company’s European regional headquarters is located in Stuttgart, Germany and its Asia Pacific regional headquarters is located in Singapore. FARO has other offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Italy, Poland, Turkey, the Netherlands, Switzerland,India, China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, South Korea, and Japan.
More information is available at http://www.faro.com.