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Polyrix Inc.

113B de New-York, G3A 0A8 Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, QC
Telephone +1 418 2100198
Fax +1 581 9817395

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GIFA 2019 hall map (Hall 13): stand F54

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GIFA 2019 fairground map: Hall 13

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 19  Measurement and test technology
  • 19.06  Quality control

Our products

Product category: Quality control

PolyScan XS

The PolyScan XS is designed to measure part up to 250mm, combining 210 scanning units. It aims at high precision applications with a volumetric accuracy up to 5µm. Its design is based on a optical laboratory table principle: a structure made of granite for optimal metrology dynamics supported by vibration-damping mounts. Those features make the XS suited for metrology lab, or shop-floor installation. Full part inspection is completed in only 6 minutes

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Product category: Quality control

PolyScan XL

The PolyScan XL is designed to measure part up to 1300mm, combining 12 cameras and 12 projectors to provide 210 effective scanning units. It is a perfect match for medium-to-large aerospace castings, or automotive sheet metal components. Complete inspection of parts this size is still completed in only 6 minutes. Surround design and simplicity of automation also means it can be easily integrated into a production line, while being 100% safe for human operators.

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Product category: Quality control

PolyScan XH

The PolyScan XH is designed to measure part up to 6500mm, combining 2380 scanning units. It’s a versatile measurement system, well suited for automotive sheet metal components ranging from a door, to a full-length bodyside. System can have a hybrid scanning volume configuration: using only the center scanning units with smaller parts for a faster cycle time, or use all the scanning units for longer components.

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About us

Company portrait

Polyrix was founded in 2005 by researchers from the Computer Vision and System Laboratory of Laval University, in Quebec City, Canada. Based on the knowledge gained in doing cutting edge research in 3D, our team identified a need for fast and simple 3D scanners that could provide inspection in a disruptive way.

Thankfully, others dreamt the same dream as our own and helped us achieve it. People at Pratt & Whitney Canada were amongst the first and we are grateful to them.