November 6, 2018

Join us and the PolyWorks® user community in Cincinnati on November 6, at the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio, to learn all about PolyWorks® 2018.

This is your chance to:

  • Strengthen your PolyWorks skills with step-by-step workshops
  • Connect and share ideas with like-minded metrology professionals
  • Gain new insights into improving and accelerating your 3D metrology processes with PolyWorks®

Agenda

9:00 AM

Registration

10:00 AM 

Welcome Address

10:15 AM

Presentation: What’s new in PolyWorks 2018

11:00 AM

Coffee Break

11:15 AM

Workshop: Unlock the full potential of the PolyWorks universal3 platform

12:15 PM

Lunch

1:15 PM

Workshop: Avoid costly CNC CMM equipment damage with PolyWorks

2:15 PM

Wrap-up & Thank You  

Workshops


Unlock the full potential of the PolyWorks® universal3 platform

Having access to a 3D metrology software platform that interfaces with all 3D measurement devices, that offers a universal workflow for performing all inspection tasks, and that allows reusing the same inspection project with any 3D measurement device, brings tremendous value to your metrology processes. Discover how to unlock the full potential of the key tools and concepts at the core of the PolyWorks universal3 platform that can greatly simplify your daily metrology tasks.

In this one-hour workshop, learn how to:

  • Integrate custom measurements and add qualitative controls to an inspection project.
  • Perform a piece inspection with both portable metrology and CNC CMM devices in the same project.
  • Prepare universal inspection projects containing piece-measurement templates adapted to all your 3D metrology devices.

Avoid costly CNC CMM equipment damage with PolyWorks®

An important consideration for creating efficient CNC CMM measurement sequences is defining collision-free measurement paths. With PolyWorks, discover how to 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.

In this one-hour workshop, learn how to:

  • Leverage CAD models with the real-time collision analysis tool to identify problematic probing and laser scanning paths, online and offline.
  • Use the powerful sequence fixers to review and intelligently correct issues detected in the sequence editor.

 

Location

Ohio, US, Cincinnati, Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center, 45219, 151 Goodman Drive