The Matrix Wand delivers efficient estimating, blueprinting, documentation, and repair verification to the body shop.
Body shop owners are constantly faced with demanding customers, aggressive insurance companies, and fierce competition. In order to improve customer satisfaction, reduce costs, and remain competitive body shops have to introduce lean processes to stay ahead. For most shops, the key to success is accurately estimating damage from the start. Getting estimates right the first time drives faster repairs, fewer headaches, improved efficiency, and higher profits. Traditional measuring devices on the market cannot discover hidden damage and provide accurate estimates in a timely fashion.
Used by collision repair centers throughout North America, the Matrix Wand is revolutionizing how shops estimate, blueprint, document, and verify repairs. In a matter of minutes the portable and lightweight Matrix Wand can accurately identify all types of damage conditions; including diamond, sag, mash, and side sway. All of this can be done with minimal to no tear down of the vehicle. You can also measure suspension, alignment, gaps, sensor placement, and so much more!
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The Matrix Wand quickly won the prestigious Best New Product Award for the collision repair and refinish division at the SEMA New Product Showcase.
Mitchell was born out of a desire to meet the practical demands of the automotive industry, delivering the industry's first accurate, functioning car parts replacement resource for collision-damaged vehicles. Matrix has partnered with Mitchell to integrate its database into Matrix's Repair Software.
Automechanika Chicago, the largest U.S. trade show dedicated to high-end technical and management-related training for automotive collision and service repair shops.
Gary Wano is the vice president, operations at GW & Son Auto Body in Oklahoma City. He’s a second-generation owner, and their shop has grown to 33 employees. Gary's team has been using the Wand since 2012.
As Montana’s largest family owned collision repair facility, Big Sky Collision Center has provided the town of Billings with superior collision and auto body repair work since 1978. The first Wand was implemented at Big Sky in 2016.
Kristen R. Felder, recognized author, motivational speaker, and corporate trainer with a lifetime of experience in the collision repair and insurance industries. Kristen recommends the Wand for blueprinting and BSM sensor location and angle verification.
Matrix is passionate about collision repair and dedicated to helping the industry improve profitability. Employing 100+ years of industry experience and expertise in the collision industry, we are prepared to serve our customers at the highest level.
The Matrix Wand concept emerged in 2006 with the question, “Why do we need targets?” With that question in mind, the product was designed, extensively tested and developed. Publicly launched at the SEMA show in November 2012, the Matrix Wand quickly won the prestigious Best New Product Award for the collision repair and refinish division at the SEMA New Product Showcase.
We understand the value of excellent customer service. Our in-field training technicians and inside customer service team are ready to answer any questions you may have, including assistance in planning, installation, on-site training, troubleshooting and maintenance.