SimSpray Enhances Paint Training for Furniture and Cabinetry Manufacture with New Content
Professional paint training tool expands with woodworking and manufacturing projects
East Hartford, Conn., – September 26, 2019 – Virtual reality skills training developer VRSim, Inc. expands its VR paint training simulator, SimSpray, with a Furniture and Cabinetry add-on. The add-on supports manufacturers and cabinet maker industries with a range of specialized wood parts and training exercises. Trainers can customize their programs, adding the unique challenges of their industry.
“I think virtual reality technologies like SimSpray can play a tremendous role in introducing youth to our industry. I see SimSpray’s value as a tool for training students and employees in the art of finishing. It’s great that training can be conducted virtually anywhere with no concerns for the costs of material or clean up,” says Scott Nelson, President of the Woodwork Career Alliance of North America.
Students get an immersive, realistic experience of modern paint and manufacturing programs with VR. Combined with parts like a face frame for a cabinet box, these VR experiences are an attractive and engaging feature in advanced manufacturing and STEM recruitment programs. Owners can take advantage of SimSpray’s ease-of-use and mobility to promote manufacturing, woodworking, and finishing careers.
SimSpray Furniture and Cabinetry Add-On – Cabinet Frame M on an HVLP Conveyor Line
Ian Skoglund, Technical Sales & Process Support at Seneca Fluid Technologies Inc., an ICAFe Company, spoke to VRSim about the value this content brings to training programs. “I see new hires all the way up to plant managers engage with SimSpray by improving their scores and becoming more efficient sprayers. It is very difficult to standardize the process of spraying face frames with the proper technique until now. SimSpray can help Continuous Improvement Teams by turning on the coverage map, along with other on-screen tools, to view and design a robust process around properly and efficiently spraying face frames and any other parts within their processes.”
The leading training tool for the paint and coating industry, SimSpray uses VR to create effective, engaging, and educational simulations. SimSpray’s VR experiences transform training with fast, repeatable learning modules. SimSpray’s feedback systems distill complex performance data into actionable insights that are not available in typical training scenarios. This cutting-edge tool makes it easy to practice, analyze key performance metrics, diagnose flaws, and improve skills in a single session.
VR provides fast, safe, and cost-effective training for time-intensive, high-risk, or high-cost experiences. VRSim continuously improves SimSpray with new features and regular updates that benefit industry and education programs.
For more information, visit: https://www.simspray.net/