Polyrix Launches European Partnership and Demo Centre
POLYRIX, manufacturer of innovative measurement solutions for manufacturing, has announced its expansion by offering its products in Germany and other European countries through a partnership with the company A&B KMG Service GmbH.
“With Herbert Daxauer and Axel Bleifuß from the company A&B KMG Service, we were able to gain competent experts for these markets, who together have more than 50 years of sales and service experience with leading metrology manufacturers such as FARO, Hexagon, Steinbichler Optotechnik, Wenzel and Zeiss,” comments Jonathan Bouchard, Director Sales and Business Development of POLYRIX. “In addition, we have opened a product demonstration center in Ergolding near Landshut in Bavaria, where we professionally present the performance of the PolyScan systems to interested parties. We will also conduct user training at this location.”
POLYRIX was founded in 2005 by researchers at the Computer Vision and System Laboratory at Laval University in Quebec City, Canada. Based on the knowledge gained from cutting-edge 3D research, the team recognized the need for fast and easy to operate 3D scanners for inspection of manufactured parts and assemblies. Today, POLYRIX’s customers include companies such as Boeing, Bosch-Rexroth, and Stellantis.
POLYRIX measurement solutions enable manufacturing companies to automate 3D inspection processes simply and efficiently. The PolyScan Surround 3D scanners are available in a variety of sizes and configurations offering full part coverage with one scan in one shot – from a small turbine blade to a complete vehicle construction assembly. Measurement deviations are projected directly onto the part through the surround array of high-resolution projectors. With this technology, users can change color maps and get dynamic, intuitive feedback at the touch of a button.
Typical applications of the 3D measuring system are in particular dimensional inspection, in-process quality assurance and the inspection of components, tools and models. “For these measuring tasks, the PolyScan scanner is used quickly, easily and reliably – in other words, exactly what practitioners rightly demand and expect. This is another reason why we see great potential for POLYRIX scanners in Germany,” Herbert Daxauer emphasizes. “Especially since the 3D measuring systems offer various other decisive advantages in addition to the prompt return on investment: The three to four times faster data acquisition compared to hand-held and robot scanners, the lack of complex software programs as well as the minimal fixtures and low maintenance costs.”
For more information: www.polyrix.com