Creaform announced the release of two teaching manuals customized for the needs of educators teaching at universities, colleges and technical schools. The manuals cover theoretical and practical information on 3D measurement technologies and their uses in reverse engineering and quality control. A lab guide on how to use Creaform technologies is also included. The teaching manuals are currently available free of charge on Creaform’s website.
The first manual covers reverse engineering, while the second focuses on applications for quality control.
Creaform has also created educator-specific offers that include adapted maintenance packages as well as cost-effective plans for multiple systems that may be suitable to equip labs or classrooms, the company says.
“These initiatives are yet other concrete examples of how Creaform is committed to training the engineers, industrial designers, and QA specialists of tomorrow,” said Francois Leclerc, product manager in charge of education. “In today’s hypercompetitive market, the complexity of product parts combined with customers requiring better product quality and faster turnaround times has generated an increased need for 3D scanning technologies and PCMM to be used in manufacturing processes. Professors, educators, and educational institutions need to remain at the forefront of advances in 3D scanning so as to better tailor their curricula for the innovators of tomorrow.”
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.