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3D SOFTWARE SUITE BUILDS ON PROVEN VALUE

01-03-2019
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FARO has released its advanced BuildIT 2019 software suite, updating the industry-proven BuildIT, which has provided exceptional value across a variety of industries.

It offers three individual products, each specifically designed for the most challenging quality inspection, manufacturing or construction applications, and each including the most flexible and intuitive user interface in the industry.

While BuildIT 2019 is integrated with FARO hardware products, it also enables consistent, high-quality outcomes with other hardware.

BuildIT Metrology 2019 raises the standard for workflow optimisation and productivity for alignment, inspection and build applications by incorporating key learnings from the previous version. Point cloud alignment and registration is up to 10 times faster and file sizes are reduced by up to 70 per cent. The preparation time for analysis reports is reduced by automatically pre-populating them, and advanced automation capabilities for creating repeatable, guided workflows.

BuildIT Projector 2019 allows manufacturers to plan and operate imaging laser projection and verification workflows to improve the quality and speed of assembly processes. Together with FARO’s Tracer Imaging Laser Projector, it is a core component of the first all-in-one solution for laser-assisted templating and verification. BuildIT Projector 2019 creates a completely new, intuitive and user-friendly experience through a variety of enhancements, including setup and operation through a joystick controller and automatic re-alignment of the laser projector when the software detects that it has moved.

The previous version of BuildIT Construction was the first consolidated software and hardware solution designed from the ground up as an end-to-end, fully integrated building lifecycle quality assurance and quality control management tool. BuildIT 2019 offers enhancements including a significant reduction in on-site cycle time from laser scan projection data preparation to 3D visualisation and a streamlined raw scan import process that automatically detects targets and facilitates faster alignment with the software.

“We are in the business of making best-in-class software that enables best-in-class solutions,” says Vito Marone, FARO’s Senior Director 3D Solutions. “The entire BuildIT suite is leveraged from our cutting-edge 3D metrology capability derived from 20 years of proven expertise in delivering best-in-class measurement solutions to the manufacturing industry. As such, BuildIT 2019 is central for both our customers and users of other hardware products to derive the highest level of performance that the hardware itself supports.”

FARO Technologies
+65 6511 1350
www.faro.com

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