3D Technical Training

Complete, Correct and Concise 3D instructions replace lengthy
PDF manuals to train clients and contractors alike.

3D is the best way to explain the process

Technology development makes the methods more and more diverse. Installation of equipment, installation of systems, construction - for the successful completion of these tasks, it is essential to clearly understand the specific technology, the features of the materials used, the schemes, and the procedure for carrying out work.

However, it is not often possible (and necessary) for solution providers to send their specially trained engineers for installation. Often this is not profitable for customers either - projects cannot stand idle waiting for the availability of the outhouse engineers, not to mention the additional service costs.

The best solution would be to train and provide all the necessary information so that the customer could quickly establish and maintain the process himself. However, the information is provided in texts, documentaries, and charts in most cases. It takes a lot of time to learn and understand them. Some of the information provided isn’t directly relevant to the process. Sometimes it happens the other way around: provided information doesn’t include essential nuances, even when the client learns the documentation ideally. We are confident that even the most detailed process documentation should be provided alongside 3D instruction. Our experience working on more than 1,250 projects has shown that a 10-minute step-by-step visualization of the process can replace hours of reading and learning the documentation and text files. It works much more efficiently than verbal explanations, photos, or video tutorials.3D animation shows the process step-by-step in detail, from different angles, outside and inside. When creating such instructions, we look at the process through the eyes of the customer, who does not know anything about it, so we take into account the minor nuances and details. We add voiceover and show everything on the screen - from the tool used to the final result. And, of course, we mention possible mistakes and how to avoid or correct them.3D instructions have proven well for startups and new technologies, negotiating with investors and contractors. While there is still nothing to show in real life, 3D visualization can show how things will work, which is invaluable.

3D instructions are not only about equipment and engineers. Your company has many processes: working scheme, sales technology, analytics - they also need to be understood and explained. For example, when you train newcomers. Or if you provide escort or mentoring services. Visual schematic representation allows you to explain abstract concepts and things that can’t be touched.

3D instructions have proven well for startups and new technologies, negotiating with investors and contractors. While there is still nothing to show in real life, 3D visualization can show how things will work, which is invaluable. 3D instructions are not only about equipment and engineers. Your company has many processes: working scheme, sales technology, analytics - they also need to be understood and explained. For example, when you train newcomers. Or if you provide escort or mentoring services. Visual schematic representation allows you to explain abstract concepts and things that can’t be touched.