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.
With PolyWorks|Inspector™, you can easily avoid costly equipment damage by detecting and fixing potential collisions between the moving parts of a CNC CMM, the measured part, and its fixture when creating or editing a measurement sequence.
Datum target areas let you properly simulate the way an inspection fixture would hold the part wherever a spherical or pointed pin would be inadequate.
When elaborating a multi-piece inspection performed using a measurement sequence, there may be manual tasks that are in danger of being forgotten, such as saving a formatted report to disk in PDF format. You can easily add simple macro scripts to a measurement sequence to perform those tasks, making your inspection process more robust and efficient!
When working in PolyWorks|Modeler™, you can leverage many tools in PolyWorks|Inspector™ to perform a larger variety of reverse-engineering tasks more efficiently.
A part that is symmetrical can be aligned by using features that describe a center line. If the part has no such features, it is also possible to align the part using an imaginary symmetry line that is exactly derived by obtaining equal deviations on opposing sides of the part.
In a manufacturing environment, having metrology devices already in use or undergoing maintenance or calibration may create troublesome inspection bottlenecks. By creating piece templates for all your metrology devices, you gain the flexibility to perform your inspection using whichever device is available.
In this live webinar, you will discover how PolyWorks|Inspector™ flush & gap gauges can be used not only to perform measurements, but also to find the optimal component placement in an assembly that ensures that gauge measurements remain within specified control tolerances.
Part of your inspection process may involve taking measurements using traditional devices, such as such as micrometers, depth gauges, and thread gauges. In addition, you may also require operators to confirm the presence of physical components, such as fasteners or welds. In PolyWorks|Inspector™, you can now easily add this information to your inspection projects, making them even more complete.
In this live webinar discover InnovMetric’s free PolyWorks|Viewer™, which empowers your manufacturing team with dynamic navigation tools to quickly identify and understand the source of dimensional issues within your PolyWorks® metrology projects, and lets them efficiently communicate their conclusions to decision makers.