Portability of the FaroArm enabled MIR VALVE to conduct source inspections easily at its suppliers’ facilities, even before components are sent to the plant. “In more ways than one, we appreciate how portable the FaroArm is,” evealed Mr. Aziz. “Our larger valves can weigh up to a ton, making it very
labor-intensive if it had to be moved to a measuring room. Setting up the FaroArm right where the product is saves us all that trouble!”
While searching for a new measurement device, FUNAI ELECTRIC considered a few different options. This included a larger gate-type 3D measuring instrument, a portable articulated arm measuring instrument, and a camera-type measuring instrument. After screening three to four candidate companies, Funai eventually decided to settle on the FaroArm® Platinum as its measuring equipment of choice.
FARO helped to deploy the scanner with directions from the academic professionals on the various areas that required scanning. As each of the professors had experience with other survey equipment in the past, they initially articulated their concerns, which included the sufficiency of the scanner’s battery life, scanning distance capability, resolution of the results, and speed of each scan.
Sophia Racing’s first contact with FARO was an enquiry made via Twitter in the second quarter of 2011. The team wanted to know if it was possible to use a measuring instrument to mark the correct position of holes that needed to be drilled in the carbon fiber monocoque chassis of their car.
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Quality management has become a main pillar of success for many businesses today. That’s because customers have no lack of choices for alternatives in a competitive market. Businesses that invest in quality management find that benefits are manifold, beyond obvious improvements in product standards, and customer capture and retention. The practice of quality assurance and [...]
One company that specializes in producing precise parts using the lost-wax casting process, also known as cire perdue in French, is Kingparts Co., Ltd. The parts manufacturer was established in 1964 and is based in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. Kingparts’ greatest strength is in its ability to master the techniques in all stages of [...]
Usage of Multiple FARO 3D Portable Measuring Devices C-COM Co., Ltd is a prototype model development manufacturer with a high degree of technical expertise in sheet-metal fabrication of various metal parts and assembly. Primarily a specialist that develops and manufactures prototype models of automobile products, C-COM handles various components of industrial machinery and railroad as [...]
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Audi, BMW, Citroën, Chrysler, Mercedes, Peugeot and Volkswagen are car manufacturers that produce vastly different high-end automobiles for the consumer market. Despite the huge differentiation in products, these manufacturers have one thing in common — they are all clients of automotive parts giant, Faurecia. As the world’s leading automobile engineering solution provider and auto parts [...]