Faro Cobalt Array Imager

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Faro Cobalt Array Imager

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. 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.



  • Multiple Imager Arrays
    Enables simultaneous operation of multiple Cobalt units for increased productivity
  • On-Board Processing
    Delivers fast, reliable performance, ease of integration and multi-imager configurations
  • High Resolution
    Choose between the 5MP Cobalt or the 9MP Cobalt. The 9MP version has improved resolution which enhances the ability to capture features on edges and surfaces
  • High Dynamic Range
    Easily handles complex parts with both dark and light surfaces, different colors, textures and reflectivity
  • Automatic Exposure
    Applies optimal exposure settings to ensure the best possible data in all situations
  • Stereo Cameras
    Enable high accuracy, stability and self-monitoring
  • Enhanced Stereo Mode
    Maximizes coverage area in each scan and shortens inspection time
  • Interchangeable LensesP
    rovide flexibility for multiple fields of view
  • Blue Light Technology
    Enhances the ability to measure dark and reflective surfaces in variable lighting conditions

Industries & Applications


  • Automated quality control and assembly verification
  • Sheet metal inspection
  • Tool & die inspection and reverse engineering

Machining, Metalworking & Assembly

  • Casting & machined part inspection
  • Automated quality control
  • Mold & die inspection and reverse engineering


  • Automated quality control and assembly verification
  • Composite tooling
  • Wing skin & fuselage panel inspection and reverse engineering