Case studies

The following testimonials show how companies have successfully implemented FARO®’s solutions into their business. Learn about the challenges they faced, the solutions they chose, as well as the return on investment and efficiencies they achieved.

Man of the Woods: Justin Timberlake World Tour

ScanLAB Projects in collaboration with Good Company created the opening visuals to Justin Timberlake’s 2018-19 world tour and fifth album entitled Man of the Woods by using the FARO Focus Laser Scanner. Inspired by the albums backcountry roots, ScanLAB Projects traveled deep into the wilderness of Portland, Oregon to capture woodlands and ancient forest, to create digital effigy of the natural world which are projected back onto huge scrims at the centre of the performance.

How FARO Laser Templating Technology Supports the Composites Industry to Streamline Assembly and Increase Production Throughput

Manufacturers that use composites to build their products or parts, e.g., for planes, boats, cars or rotor blades, probably have as one of their primary goals to minimize the size and weight and maximize the strength of what they are producing. One important key factor they need to consider is the timely and accurate location and positioning of composite plies.

Students benefit from using ‘real-world’ FARO Edge ScanArm HD

Furness College’s new £47 million campus includes an impressive, £4 million Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centre (AMTC), the first resource of its kind in Cumbria provides fist-class industry specific training resources  and facilities. The AMTC has classroom space for up to 450 higher education students and 1,150  apprentices  on  science,  technology  and engineering apprenticeships  and  HNC  and degree programmes, in engineering manufacturing and electrical and electronic engineering.

Catching all the Iconic Details with HD Laser Scanning

Historic building restoration specialist Berglund Construction and Chicago-based architects Goettsch Partners were engaged to begin Great Hall restoration work. The imposing Great Hall lives up to its name with a 110-foot-high atrium topped by a large barrel-vaulted skylight and surrounded by arches, sweeps, alcoves, balconies, windows and other intricate architectural features. Berglund and Goettsch were in critical need of precise, BIM-friendly as-built documentation to guide their renovation planning. Without a firm digital footing, an already-compressed timeline could be jeopardized.

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