Laser Projector Series
FARO Tracer is laser projection system that is designed to project layouts like part positions or templates during production. Projected templates make faster and easier production with less fails. Most common use of laser projectors are welding workshop and assembly production lines. In combination with powerful yet easy-to-use BuildIT Projector software establishes a new industry standard for repeatable laserguided assembly.
TracerSI represents a first-of-its-kind advanced laser imager and high-accuracy projection system, with superior scanning capabilities throughout its entire projection volume. The combination of high-contrast imaging, accurate and repeatable projection, and powerful yet easy-to-use BuildIT Projector software establishes a new industry standard for repeatable laserguided assembly.
Going beyond virtual templating and positioning, TracerSI enables targetless, Feature-Based Alignment and In-Process Verification (IPV). The system accurately projects CAD-based laser images onto any surface, providing operators with an intuitive and virtual sequencing solution to outline parts, artifacts or areas of interest. In addition, FARO’s proprietary IPV technology can scan assembled or placed components to ensure conformance and proper positioning, while detecting errors in real time. As a result, non-conforming parts and assemblies can be identified and fixed immediately, allowing manufacturers to save costs.
The FARO TracerM Laser Projector accurately projects a laser line onto a surface or object, providing a virtual template which operators and assemblers use to quickly and accurately position components with absolute confidence. The laser template is created using a 3D CAD model which enables the system to visually project a laser outline of parts, artifacts or areas of interest. The result is a virtual and collaborative 3D template to streamline a wide range of assembly and production applications.
Laser projection technology uses CAD files to provide a virtual templating solution which eliminates the need for physical templates and hard tooling, and reduces the risk of human error. As a result, organizations are able to avoid the time and expense associated with using large, heavy templates while significantly improving quality control processes. An easy-to-use operator interface minimizes both the time and the skill required for operation.