Creaform has launched a new initiative for the academic market. The manufacturer of 3D portable measurement technologies as well as 3D scanning offers a didactic suite for teachers and researchers, so that they can push innovation and learning forward.
Note that this is not the first attempt of Creaform in the academic environment. Last year, the company offered 50 free bundle licenses of the VXmodel scan-to-CAD software and VXinspect dimensional software to schools. Creaform is part of those companies that have paved the way to 3D Printing in education.
The increasing adoption of 3D technologies in schools enable future engineers to master the key notions of their training, but also to discover applications which will not be far from those they will meet on the ground. If it is a way to better prepare them for the job market, the use of 3D scanning technologies also brings a kind of consistency to the lectures.
Furthermore, it is no surprise that 3D technologies enable to advance research. Creaform takes advantage of this need to offer the market its technologies at a competitive price. Plus, whether or not the focus is teaching or research, users can count on a 5-year, worry-free Creaform ACADEMIA Customer Care Plan.
The Creaform ACADEMIA software package includes 50 free software seats for Creaform’s reverse engineering and dimensional inspection software as well as teaching kits with unlimited access to exclusive presentations, video tutorials, pre-built lab exercises, sample data sets and many more.
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