ZW3D Free to Students with Premium CAD/CAM Features

ZWSOFT, a leading supplier of 2D and 3D CAD/CAM software, announced the release of ZW3D Student Edition, the all-in-one hybrid modeling system. The design work of students becomes easier, as they are able to create, model, and edit 3D design projects with one of the top CAD/CAM software packages -- for free!

How Students Can Benefit

The Student Edition of ZW3D starts students off with core 2D and 3D design capabilities, and then enhances their experience by providing the same capability of ZW3D Premium Edition except for some output functions.

The ZW3D Student Edition offers these benefits to students:

Easy to Learn & Use

Students get up to speed faster with the built-in Show-n-Tell™ tutorials that are designed to shorten their learning curve.Simplified design process with new ribbon allows students to customize the user interface to suit the way they work.

Productive Hybrid Modelingwith Direct Edit

Students are able to seamlessly work with 3D solid, surface, and wireframe models, enjoy design flexibility with hybrid modeling, and quickly edit all imported geometry through direct edit.

Whole-process Mold Design

The new whole-process solution for mold design offers students parting line, parting face, core and cavity, mold base, electrode and more.

Intelligent and Efficient CAM Machining

Students interested in computer-aided manufacturing can work with the integrated CAM system, offering QuickMillTM technology, hole making, 2X turning, and efficient 2-3X mill operation.

Easy Steps to Obtain Student Licenses

To obtain a 12-month educational license, students should follow these steps:

  • Visit the ZWSOFT Student Community website and then register with a valid .edu email address.
  • Request a free, 12-month license from the ZWSOFT Student Community site.
  • Activate ZW3D software with the student license, and start designing!

Schools Enrollas Cooperation Partners

ZWSOFT additionally announced its new cooperative program for schools and universities. Once schools enrolled themselves as Cooperation Partners, they are eligible to receive student licenses for use as teaching tools.

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