- Click a link to download the compensation dot plate template for the camera lens size that is currently installed on your FARO® Cobalt 3D Imager.
- Print the template without any margins or scaling on 11 x 17 inch paper.
You need a dot plate template when you preform a compensation to optimize the performance for your Cobalt.
Performing a compensation makes adjustments for changing conditions in your work environment that may affect your Cobalt. Always perform a compensation when you change camera lenses or if you get a camera temperature warning. Otherwise, the frequency for performing compensation is based on your own production guidelines and standards.
For details about how to perform a compensation, download the Cobalt User Manual and search type compensation into the search field to find step-by-step instructions.
- User Manual for the Cobalt 3D Imager
- Technical Specification Sheet for the Cobalt 3D Imager
- Camera Temperature Warning for the Cobalt 3D Imager
- Compensation, Calibration, and Certification Standards for FARO Devices
- Calibration and Servicing Frequency for FARO Devices
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