3d scanning in the classroom

As we move toward the future of manufacturing and design, consumers are demanding a more 4.0 Industry trend. This new trend takes old industry models and leaves them in the dust and at the forefront of it all, technology is setting the pace.

The impact that technology has had on today’s schools has been quite significant. This widespread adaptation of technology has completely changed how teachers teach and students learn.
By embracing and integrating technology in the classroom, we are setting our students up for a successful life outside of school.
Educators, too, have seen firsthand the benefits of advanced technology in the classroom. According to Vince Anewenter, Manager of Operations at the Milwaukee School of
Engineering; “The Handyscan 3D scanner is one of the most versatile scanning tools available and has allowed us to successfully complete projects”.

The classroom has always set the stage for understanding technology but with new trending demands our class room tools need to be on the cutting-edge for students and researchers to keep up.

That’s why CREAFORM has decided to focus efforts on providing the correct tools of the future to our schools and universities.
CREAFORM is offering an educational package that is a complete turnkey solution so that students will have everything they need to lean in a classroom environment and prepare them for the future.


  • Hardware (3D scanner, portable CMM or photogrammetry devices)
  • 50 educational bundle licenses of VXmodel, our scan-to-CAD or scan to 3D printer software, and VXinspect, our dimensional inspection software module.
  • 1 Customer Care Program, comprising:
  • 1-year warranty on parts and labor
  • 5-year software updates and technical support
  • 2 system maintenance
  • Teaching resources
  • 1 Reverse Engineering Teaching Manual
  • 1 Quality Control/Inspection Teaching Manual

This turnkey package will bring you all the tools needed for a worry-free learning and research experience.

The engineer’s first problem in any design situation is to discover what the problem really is.

Bob Renella
Product Manager
Computer Aided Technology, Inc