Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division announced the opening of a dedicated Hexagon certification center in Montreal, Canada, in cooperation with its strategic partner Amrikart Ultraprecision. The new facility will be situated in Amrikart’s Technology Center located in the greater Montreal area at 3605 Rue Isabelle, Brossard, QC.
This location will serve as a nationwide Leica Absolute Tracker calibration laboratory for servicing new or pre-owned laser trackers. The certification laboratory is supported by Amrikart’s highly experienced, Hexagon-trained service engineers. Hexagon’s calibration process ensures the equipment remains in top condition to minimize downtime and maintain accurate measurement results throughout the lifetime of a laser tracker. Amrikart develops and integrates innovative, user-friendly metrology solutions for advanced manufacturing and automation utilizing Hexagon technologies to build confidence in product quality.
“It is a privilege to partner with Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division, a world leader in high precision metrology solutions. The Canadian manufacturing industry is increasingly exploiting new generation technologies such as Hexagon’s Leica Absolute Tracker systems serving as critical components in production chains across the country,” said Jeremy Arpin-Pont, General Manager of Amrikart Ultraprecision.
“The new dedicated Canadian certification center will ensure reliable, countrywide support and improve the availability of 3D metrology solutions. We are thrilled and proud to leverage 30 years of experience as users and integrators of laser tracker technology to launch a certification center supporting our current and future customers,” he added.
“Hexagon is extremely pleased to expand our support for Canadian customers in the best and most efficient way possible. We have a great partner in Amrikart Ultraprecision, master users of Leica laser tracker technologies for many years. It only made sense to partner with Amrikart to open a Hexagon Absolute Tracker calibration lab in support of our large installed base across Canada. The new lab eliminates the need to ship systems across the border for certification and calibrations,” stated David Hill, Commercial Operations Manager - Canada, Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division.
Founded in 1988, Amrikart Ultraprecisionis part of the Amrikart Group and a Hexagon metrology strategic partner. Amrikart Ultraprecision specializes in a growing branch of metrology, that of high-precision dimensional measurement and positioning.
Amrikart offers complete 3D measurement and alignment services as well as turnkey automated solutions to improve the manufacturing and assembly of small to large-scale products. Application fields include industries such as aviation, space, defense, marine, transport and energy. Amrikart stands out in the market with its capability to address projects where 3D metrology expertise is needed.
Amrikart’s multidisciplinary team is a North American reference in dimensional metrology. Its members support industrials through 3D services, and by designing and implementing real-time metrology assisted solutions, such as the applications successfully implemented in the final assembly lines of commercial aircrafts (Airbus A220).
The company also provides the support, engineering expertise, specialized tooling, and software applications that take part in its automated turnkey solutions.
Hexagon is a global leader in sensor, software and autonomous solutions. We are putting data to work to boost efficiency, productivity, and quality across industrial, manufacturing, infrastructure, safety, and mobility applications.
Hexagon’s technologies are shaping urban and production ecosystems to become increasingly connected and autonomous - ensuring a scalable, sustainable future.
Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division provides solutions that utilize data from design and engineering, production and metrology to make manufacturing smarter.
Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B) has approximately 20,000 employees in 50 countries and net sales of approximately 3.8 billion Euros.