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Free Webinar Event: High End Visualization, 3DCS and RTT with V6 Live Rendering
Join DCS for this free webinar showing how to quickly and easily create photo realistic studies in RTT Deltagen and V6.
As part of DCS’s advancements in visual studies, this webinar shows the manual and the now automated processes of creating these high end visual studies. With the addition of this Add-On, users will be able to create images quickly, in addition to a push button flash presentation creation. This presentation allows the user to move the product in 360 degrees, while toggling tolerance schemes on and off. With the ability to share these presentations on any flash capable device, engineers and designers no longer need to take long hours generating high end images.
In addition to these process walk-throughs, DCS’s Lead Visualization Artist Scott Para will be highlighting the benefits and value of creating these studies, as well as showing a number of examples of studies done by DCS.
In addition to DCS’s Spec Studies, which are analyses targeting how tolerances affect the perceived quality of a product, Para will be showing a sneak peak at 3DCS in V6 with V6’s live rendering. This allows users to not only visualize their variation on their models, but to render it inside the same environment in real time.
Join DCS for this free event and see what you can accomplish. Can’t make the live event? Register early to get a recording of the event sent straight to your inbox! Visit DCS’s blog at www.blog.3dcs.com to register and learn more!
About Dimensional Control Systems, Inc.
Since 1994, DCS has provided quality achievement solutions for manufacturing enterprises. Serving major OEM’s and companies in the Automotive, Aerospace, Energy and Medical Device industries, DCS’s 3DCS Variation Analyst Suite and QDM System have been instrumental in achieving the highest level of quality at the lowest cost. In so doing, DCS continues to be the leader in dimensional quality solutions. Read more at www.3dcs.com