ASCON offers student version of KOMPAS-3D Professional
Since now all students of official Educational Institutions (including Schools, Colleges, Vocational Schools, Institutes, Universities) while period of studying are able to experience professional 3D Modelling and 2D Drafting with KOMPAS-3D both at studying place and at home. KOMPAS-3D student edition will include interactive learning system KOMPAS-ABC that allows not only study the basics of 2D Design, but become familiar with the classical process of 3D Solid Modelling, used at thousands of market leading machinery, automotive, aircraft and other enterprises. The version is intended for CAD studying purposes, but only non-commercial usage is required.
KOMPAS-3D Educational License to supply students worldwide with the full capabilities of powerful, professional, effective and easy-to-learn solutions for 3D and 2D Design, including wide range of add-ons for kinematic and dynamic analyses, 3D-Model recognition and other purposes. Students are able to choose from English, German, French and Czech languages version of KOMPAS.
Educational License of KOMPAS-3D includes:.
ASCON welcomes students to prepare for future successful designer carriers with KOMPAS solutions from ASCON.
About ASCON Group
ASCON - CAD/AEC/PLM developer and integrator founded in 1989. ASCON software solutions address key issues of engineering design, such as preparation and release of drawing and design documentation, business process development and engineering data management. High-tech software from ASCON have been successfully used across various industries: machinery, automotive, shipbuilding, aerospace and defense, architecture, electronics and many others. The Mechanical Computer-Aided Design solutions from ASCON, KOMPAS-3D, provides effective Industrial Product Development, Parametric 3D Solid Modeling, full-scale 2D Design, special add-ons for photo rendering, motion simulation, kinematics and dynamic analysis.
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