Streamline and automate high-accuracy and high-resolution 3D inspections with Hexagon Structured light scanners and PolyWorks|Inspector™
As manufacturing industries push for complete dimensional inspection of parts that are more and more complex in the shortest time possible, inspection stations that require the use of 3D measurement devices along with several software solutions for performing data acquisition, extracting measurements, and analyzing results are becoming bottlenecks to productivity. Integrated hardware and software quality control solutions that combine structured light scanning (SLS) scanners for high-precision, high-speed data capture plus powerful inspection software optimized for large point clouds represent an optimized solution.
The PolyWorks|Inspector™ software for multipiece dimensional analysis lets you directly operate the powerful and flexible SLS scanners from Hexagon and turntables for the fast and precise inspection of parts with complex geometries.
In this 30-minute webinar, you will discover how to simplify part inspections and accelerate quality control tasks by:
- Quickly obtaining precise and repeatable measurements on small and medium-sized parts using Hexagon SLS scanners
- Automating data acquisition using turntables plus swivel and tilt units
- Using the PolyWorks|Inspector software solution to intuitively control Hexagon SLS scanners and analyze the conformity of parts from within a single interface
- Benefitting from the multipiece dimensional analysis capabilities offered by PolyWorks|Inspector, from efficiently managing large volumes of 3D measurement data to producing surface deviation color maps and feature-based dimensioning that includes Smart GD&T, virtual gauging, and statistical process control (SPC) results.
Phil LewisCommercial Business Manager, Hexagon
Phillip Lewis is Hexagon’s Commercial Business Manager for Photogrammetry and Structured Light Scanners North America. He has spent more than 15 years working with 3D optical metrology systems across several platforms in manufacturing. His experience and expertise with 3D scanning solutions contribute to the success our customers achieve when choosing Hexagon as their optical scanning metrology provider.
Giles GaskellCommercial Business Manager, Hexagon
Giles Gaskell has been working in the field of non-contact scanning for reverse engineering and inspection since 1997.
Gaskell is a recognized subject matter expert and communicator in the field of 3D Metrology and 3D Scanning. He serves as an adviser to the RAPID+TCT Conference and as an advisor and 3D Scanning track leader for the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference.
Mathieu TrottierApplication Engineer
Based in Quebec, QC, Mathieu has worked as a CAD designer and project manager for aerospace tooling. He has a degree in mechanical engineering and a degree in computer programming. At InnovMetric, he has developed expertise in PolyWorks macro scripting while providing training and support to PolyWorks® users. He has also worked on different projects related to the integration of PolyWorks|DataLoop™ as an enterprisewide solution for storing and sharing 3D metrology data.