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FARO® 8-Axis Edge FaroArm® & ScanArm

Taking your FARO Edge FaroArm measurement speed and ergonomics to a greater level.

The FARO® 8-Axis Edge system combines the portable Edge FaroArm (or ScanArm) with a functionally integrated, yet physically separate, 8th axis.

The 8th axis is a complete rotational axis that provides a natural extension of FaroArm capability. It plugs directly into the Edge FaroArm and results in a seamlessly integrated, high-accuracy additional axis.

Parts can be rotated in real-time relative to the Arm – meaning no difficult reaching around the object and no need to move the Arm to different locations during the measurement process.

This results in improved measuring speed, reach, and user-friendliness, offering an easy-to-use solution that allows users to focus on the actual measurement and not on the measurement processes.

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