InnovMetric Software Inc., the leading provider of universal 3D metrology software solutions, organized its annual PolyWorks Conference India on May 5th at Pune, the manufacturing hub of India. At the conference, metrology professionals from across India could discover new and innovative ways to work smarter with PolyWorks and leverage 3D metrology data to optimize engineering and manufacturing processes.
The event was attended by automotive, aerospace, tooling and metrology professionals from companies like Bajaj, TATA Motors, Tata Aerospace, Fiat India, Mahindra group, Volkswagen and several TIER 1 Suppliers such as Endurance, IAC, Badve, Lumax, Rucha, Metalman, Yeshwant, Mutha Founders, etc.
Talking about the event Amar Kulkarni, VP-Sales, PolyWorks India said, “This is the annual event that covers the new product launches. Every year we release new features in the software, so the goal of this conference is to tell our existing users about the new developments.”
The event started with a welcome note by Amar Kulkarni followed by PolyWorks 2017 launch presentation where he highlighted the additional features and benefits of PolyWorks 2017.
A brief look at the agenda of event:
- PolyWorks 2017 launch presentation
- Introduction of new control-centric reviewing and reporting workflow
- Guest speakers from Bajaj Auto and Metrolab Engineering
- Workshop to efficiently create CNC CMM measurement sequences using CAD models
- Hardware exhibition and Doctor’s office
- A glimpse of PolyWorks 2018
“In 2016, I attended PolyWorks Conference India during which the CNC CMM functionality was launched. Just a few months before the conference I had started my company Metrolab Engineering that deals in design and manufacturing of fixtures. We were the first CNC CMM customer of PolyWorks India. Now, within 12 months we have purchased 6 PolyWorks licenses spread across CNC CMMs, Portable Arms, laser trackers and laser scanners. I must say that the service and support provided by the PolyWorks India team was beyond our expectation” said Yogesh Amte, Director, Metrolab Engineering, who was also one of the guest speaker at the event.
Hardware exhibition and well known Doctors Office was also organized. There were OEMs like Carl Zeiss, Hexagon Metrology, FARO, Nikon, Accurate gauges and Creaform; demonstrating their capabilities and integration with PolyWorks Software.
Doctor’s Office is where conference goers book one-on-one appointments with PolyWorks experts to tackle specific measurement challenges and learn how to optimize their use of PolyWorks tools.