Verisurf announces Faro Software Solution Series

Originally titled '3D scanning, reverse engineering software'

Verisurf Software Inc. (Anaheim, CA, US) has introduced its Faro Solution Suites, a combination of Verisurf application modules configured to provide easy-to-learn, easy-to-use vertical measurement solutions using any new or legacy Faro device.

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Verisurf Software Inc. (Anaheim, CA, US) has introduced its Faro Solution Suites, a combination of Verisurf application modules configured to provide easy-to-learn, easy-to-use vertical measurement solutions using any new or legacy Faro device. Faro Solution Suites by Verisurf include purchase options to match the needs of customers, including site license and subscription options. Customers can choose from four Solution Suites:

  • 3D Scanning and Inspection Suite – CAD/MEASURE/ANALYSIS
  • 3D Scanning and Reverse Engineering Suite – CAD/MEASURE/REVERSE
  • Tool Building and Inspection Suite – CAD/MEASURE/BUILD
  • Laser Projection and Inspection Suite – CAD/MEASURE/PROJECT

Faro Solution Suites application modules include: Verisurf CAD, capable of reading all native CAD file formats, allowing customers to work with any CAD model — solid, surface or wireframe; Verisurf MEASURE, works with CAD models or blueprints to provide measurement of features from precise single points to scanned point clouds. Verisurf ANALYSIS, connects with all CAD source data and quickly verifies part tolerance by comparing measured points to nominal features in the CAD model; Verisurf REVERSE, a complete reverse engineering (RE) solution to create CAD models from measured parts; Verisurf BUILD, uses real-time feedback from the CAD model as a guide to position moveable tooling details to their nominal position; Verisurf PROJECT, allows live pick-and-shoot programing of selected CAD geometry onto any surface, making assembly routines more efficient, eliminating hard tooling and reducing errors by referencing nominal MBD CAD data.

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