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                    3D printing: learn 3D modeling with 3DTi

Learn 3D modeling from the best with 3DTi

Posted By on Apr 28, 2015 |

It’s no breaking news : 3D modeling is exploding. However knowing how to create incredible 3D models can still be tricky. In this quest to file perfection, 3D Training Institute (3DTi) will be one of your best ally. The online platform is delivering online training on all major Autodesk software to let you bring your best ideas to life. In order to push it a bit further, we partnered with them to let students enrolled in their online 3D modeling trainings discover more about the possibilities offered by 3D printing. Students of 3DTi now have a direct access to our 3D printing service.

The 3D Training Institute (3DTi) was formed to provide specialized training in 3D to meet the industry’s growing demand for skilled 3D talent. The 3D Training Institute (3DTi) provides specialized, live-online training in Autodesk software: 3ds Max , MayaRevitAutoCAD, & Inventor.

3DTi’s Training method enables its students to learn the software and become ready to undertake production work in a short period of time. To prove it,  they’re hosting a free webinar animated by the Moving Picture Company (MPC) to let you know how to land a job at the prestigious company. MPC has been one of the global leaders in VFX for over 25 years and counting, with industry-leading facilities in London, Vancouver, Montréal, Los Angeles, New York, Amsterdam, Bangalore and Mexico City. Renowned for adding visual wonder and creative expertise to the advertising, film and entertainment industries, some of their most famous projects include blockbuster movies such as Godzilla, the Harry Potter franchise, X-Men, Prometheus and Life of Pi, and famous advertising campaigns for brands such as Samsung, Coca Cola, Sony, Three Mobile and Channel 4.

Until the end of July, students from 3DTi can benefit from a 10% discount on their 3D print at Sculpteo. In the meantime, if you want to register for their webinar this Wednesday, click here

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