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The FARO Cobalt Array Imager is a metrology-grade non-contact scanner which captures millions of high resolution 3D coordinate measurements in seconds.

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 scan area to deliver rapid, automated and comprehensive inspection; dramatically improving cycle time. The actionable data is then displayed as simple go/no-go result or an easy-to-read dimensional deviation color map.

The Cobalt Array Imager is designed for the factory floor so it can be used anywhere inspection is needed, thereby aligning to lean manufacturing principles of eliminating unnecessary movements and time. Cobalt delivers fast and consistent measurements for dimensional inspection and reverse engineering applications on parts, assemblies, and tooling. Cobalt’s versatility supports a variety of deployment options including tripod, rotary table, robot, industrial inspection cells and multiple imager arrays.

Cobalt, which is available in two resolution models, both offering interchangeable fields of view, combines speed, accuracy, flexibility and portability making it an ideal solution for your demanding metrology needs. At an affordable price point providing unparalleled value, the Cobalt is a simple-to-use solution ideal for maximizing productivity and automating workflows for near-line and in-line inspection applications, anywhere in the factory.

Why Faro?

FARO® is the world’s most trusted source for 3D measurement, imaging and realization technology. The company develops and manufactures leading edge solutions that enable high-precision 3D capture, measurement and analysis across a variety of industries including manufacturing, construction, engineering and public safety.

They create unique value and support operational excellence for their customers by:

  • Enabling faster, more accurate, compelling and useable 3D documentation 
  • Accelerating execution timelines
  • Minimizing in field 3D documentation and measurement times 
  • Shrinking margin impacting scrap and rework costs
  • Reducing development risk

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