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Technorazzi: Introduction to Laser Trackers

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Many industries must precisely measure the three-dimensional features of large objects. An increasingly popular way to do this is with a laser tracker, which measures 3-D coordinates by tracking a laser beam to a retroreflective target held in contact with the object of interest.

 

Laser trackers replace conventional tools such as tape measures, piano wire, plumb bobs, and even theodolites—they are a more accurate and reliable tool that allow you to streamline your processes and gain confidence in your measurement results.

 

Laser trackers are typically used in applications such as alignment, machine installation, component inspect, tool building and setup, and reverse engineering.

 

In this demonstration you will learn about laser tracker technology, and see how it can be used in different applications.

 

For more information visit www.faro.com/lasertracker

 
 

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