PolyWorks Conference Live is our premier annual global event dedicated to what’s next in the PolyWorks® smart 3D metrology digital ecosystem. Join us to learn how to set the foundations for a new interconnected world of digital 3D metrology.
Discover how to perform multipiece feature-based inspections without a usable CAD representation more efficiently, with probing guidance plus feature scanning guidance and automatic feature extraction, thanks to the measurement guides technology introduced in PolyWorks|Inspector™ 2022.
Transform collision-free 3-axis CNC CMM sequences into optimal 5-axis sequences by efficiently integrating 5-axis moves and head touch probing.
Discover how manufacturing companies can gradually deploy the PolyWorks 3D metrology digital ecosystem to avoid disturbing operations and obtain efficiency gains at every step of their digital transformation journey.
Discover how to efficiently perform a multipiece dimensional analysis on complex geometries using PolyWorks|Inspector™ controlling powerful Hexagon SLS scanners and turntables.
To obtain trustworthy results, a measurement system analysis (MSA) is performed prior to production through repeatability and Gauge R&R studies. InnovMetric proposes an easy-to-use and fully integrated software solution to perform these studies.
See how we made the transformation and understand how the PolyWorks enterprise solution can directly contribute to enhancing your company’s competitivity and increasing the value of your expertise.
With this new technology, scan your parts and quickly display surface imperfections. Detect bumps, dents, and scratches, monitor part degradation over time, and locate missing functional elements, such as spot welds or rivets.
Learn how to efficiently measure and control sheet metal freeform cutouts and part sections by using the enhanced polyline creation and extraction tools along with the new GD&T-compliant line profile tool.
Discover how probing an object using multiple steps can greatly increase the flexibility and power of your measurement sequences with faster run times.
Learn the benefits of integrating PolyWorks® into your production environments.
Discover three preproduction tasks that greatly benefit from our latest innovations.
When a part is inspected with the help of its CAD model, the CAD model is used throughout the project to align the part, extract features, and produce pass/fail results. When inspecting a part by scanning without using a CAD model, you go through those same steps obtaining measured-to-nominal deviations but using a different toolset.
Inspecting a part in PolyWorks|Inspector™ with the support of a CAD model is not always an option. While using CAD models is a very efficient way of getting the nominal geometry required for performing an alignment, obtaining measurement deviations, and driving measurement guidance, when they are not available you can perform part inspection just as well.
With PolyWorks|Modeler™ Light, quickly clean up surfaces, optimize the size of a model while preserving its topology and dimensional accuracy, and rapidly calculate volume and surface area.
Whether you need to get a complete coverage of your part while scanning, or simply reach measurements that are beyond the range of your device, combining data from multiple part/device setups is a common task for metrologists. PolyWorks|Inspector™ offers a complete set of tools to efficiently and accurately combine data acquired from multiple device positions.
When facing complex metrology challenges, metrology specialists often develop in-house, proprietary measurement techniques that require documentation and support within their company. These measurement techniques can now be implemented directly within PolyWorks|Inspector™.
Creating CNC CMM sequences for projects containing a large number of measurement objects is typically a long process, involving repetitive tasks such as defining tool orientations, avoiding collisions, and finding the optimal object measurement order. PolyWorks|Inspector™ now offers an interactive sequence creation mode that assists users throughout the process.
Custom bent tube and rod forms need to be measured to conform to the design callout from engineering drawings or tables. In addition, there is a need to document tubes and rods that have been created in the field, or highly modified for fit and function, as 3D models that can be imported into CAD software. Both the measurement and the CAD-creation operations can be realized easily using the free PolyWorks|Inspector™ macro, IMTube.