FARO® Cobalt Array Imager

High Resolution Array Imagers
for Quality Inspection and Factory Automation Applications

Multiple imagers. Any configuration. One computer.

FARO Cobalt Array Imager: The FARO automated metrology solution that provides sophisticated in-process measurement, minimizing integration and infrastructure costs.

The Cobalt Array Imager is equipped with dedicated on-board processors – an industry first. The smart sensor allows unique multi-imager array configurations which expand the 3D scan area to deliver rapid, automated and comprehensive inspection. The actionable data is then displayed as a simple go/no-go result or an easy-to-read dimensional deviation color map. An unlimited number of 3D imagers can be placed in array configurations virtually anywhere in a manufacturing process – all scanning simultaneously and controlled by a single computer.

Save Time and Money: Whether deployed in multiple imager array configurations, mounted on a robot, or tripod mounted, the Cobalt Array Imager simultaneously improves throughput and quality by reducing inspection cycle times.
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Overview

3D Scanning for the Shop Floor or Assembly Line

The FARO Cobalt Array Imager is a metrology-grade non-contact scanner which utilizes blue light technology to capture millions of high resolution 3D coordinate measurements in seconds.

Easily deployed in manual or fully automated workflows, Cobalt delivers fast and consistent measurements for dimensional inspection and reverse engineering applications on parts, assemblies, and tooling.

Cobalt is ideally suited for automated metrology applications within a number of industries such as automotive, aerospace, metalworking, and in other sectors utilizing automation.

Compact and lightweight, the combination of affordable price, speed, accuracy, flexibility and portability makes the Cobalt Array Imager an ideal solution for your demanding metrology needs.
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Benefits

Automated Non-Contact CMM

  • Dramatically reduce inspection cycle times using multiple imager arrays
  • Increase productivity by automating measurement workflows
  • Easy to configure and integrate within the production environment
  • Measurement accuracy ensured by self-monitoring
  • Easy set-up and transport
  • Real-time 3D data for statistical process control (SPC) without slowing production
  • High-end performance at an affordable price
  • Worldwide service and support from regional FARO location
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Versatile and Flexible Deployment Options

  • Multiple Imager Array
    With Multiple Imager Arrays, an unlimited number of Cobalt sensors can be used to simultaneously gather data on an object that is being inspected.

    This expands the effective field of view which, in turn, reduces inspection time and increases productivity

    For dedicated inspections, a multiple imager array of Cobalt sensors will often be faster, more easily integrated, more affordable, more accurate, and easier to maintain than a robot-based imager or laser line systems currently on the market.
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FARO Cobalt
  • Tripod Mount
    Useful for reverse engineering applications and non-recurring inspections
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  • Rotary Table
    Particular advantageous for automated inspection of small parts
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  • Robot Mount
    Ideal for fully automated inspection applications
  • Combination Deployments
    Maximize productivity and inspection throughput by combining multiple deployment options:
    > Robots and Rotary Stages can be used together
    > Robots and Multiple Imager Arrays can be used together
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FARO Cobalt

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The FARO Cobalt Array Imager is a portable, non-contact Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) with on-board processing that streamlines workflows and drives down costs for manufacturers. Cobalt performs high resolution scanning on parts, assemblies and tooling, by collecting millions of points in seconds. Ideal for the production environment, Cobalt is easily deployed in fully-automated or manual workflows, both in-line and near-line production.


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