With over 550 participants, gathered for the launch of PolyWorks® 2019 and the celebration of InnovMetric's 25th anniversary, this 2019 edition was the best-attended PolyWorks Conference ever.

To see what you've missed, or revisit the conference highlights, including the launch presentations and the user success stories, view the presentations on this page, and to see pictures of friends and colleagues check out the conference photo album.

We hope to see you at the next PolyWorks Conference USA in Novi (MI) on April 15-16, 2020!


Universal Platform Solutions - PolyWorks® Metrology Suite 2019

Discover how to deploy PolyWorks|Inspector™ 2019 in any industrial manufacturing environment by integrating your in-house, proprietary measurement techniques as native PolyWorks|Inspector™ measurement methods. Take advantage of the enhanced GD&T toolkit. Review measurement results with an augmented real-world view of the inspected parts with PolyWorks|AR™, InnovMetric’s software solution for the Microsoft HoloLens.

CNC CMM Solutions - PolyWorks|Inspector™ 2019 

Discover how PolyWorks|Inspector™ 2019 accelerate the creation of complete measurement sequences with assisted sequencing technologies. Learn how to create complete measurement sequences up to 10 times faster, and integrate your in-house CNC CMM measurement techniques as native PolyWorks|Inspector™ measurement methods, and more.

PolyWorks® Collaborative Suite 2019

Discover how PolyWorks® Collaborative Suite 2019 digitally interconnects all teams involved in 3D measurement processes for product development. Learn how to efficiently store and share PolyWorks inspection and reverse-engineering projects with PolyWorks|DataLoop™ in real time; see how PolyWorks|PMI+Loop™ facilitates collaborative measurement planning processes between the design, manufacturing, and measurement teams; and find out how PolyWorks|ReportLoop™ digitally interconnects the PolyWorks Metrology Suite to Microsoft Excel to inject smart 3D inspection data within your corporate inspection reports.


New Capability Creation and Analysis Automation Through PolyWorks Expandability Tools

Awad El-mousa, senior Applications Engineer with the Manufacturing Technologies Group at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, explains how he replaced the gap gun used to inspect seams on outer doors and panels of aircraft as well as the hand or eye validation of paint coatings with inspection methods that are more reliable, repeatable, and accurate. With the help of PolyWorks® automation tools, he conceived a workflow that involved scanning the parts to inspect as well as tools that can obtain CAD models and check information from their cloud, automatically create PolyWorks® projects and generate reports, then return trustworthy results to decision makers.


Reducing Modular LNG Plant Installation Time with PolyWorks & Laser Trackers

Andrew Exline, Project Engineer at Dimensional Engineering, reveals how his team helped deliver 10 new modular liquefaction plants at the Elba Island natural gas export facility ahead of time by dramatically reducing the build time from 3 months to 3 weeks. Combining PolyWorks|Inspector™ with laser trackers, they inspected and virtually assembled the prefabricated liquefaction modules with the CAD models of the assembly to identify fabrication errors, and automated the calculation of corrections to provide repair instructions before the modules were delivered to the site owner.

Enhancing Efficiency of Metrology with Automation

Brian Brown, the Director of the Robotics and Automation Laboratory at the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) at Wichita State University, describes how to automate simple to complex 3D inspection processes using tools that were not originally conceived to work together but can in fact be assembled as complete systems. He demystifies the myriad of ways to automatically control robots and other devices using programmable controllers (PLCs), PolyWorks® automation tools, vendor control interfaces, and more.