Built on the popular Cadkey system, KeyCreator will enable you to teach the principles of 3D CAD quickly and easily. You will experience KeyCreators “Hybrid Modelling” power in combining 3D Wireframe, Surface and Solid functions to build and edit simple to complex 3D CAD models.
Of the hundreds of surveys conducted on CAD programs, KEYCREATOR has never failed to be No. 1 in Ease of learning and Ease of use. KEYCREATOR offers the power of Solids, Surfaces & 3D Wireframe Modeling at a very economical price.
Design engineers worldwide use KEYCREATOR for diverse applications in aerospace, automotive, consumer products, medical products, instrumentation, machine design, electronic packaging, reverse engineering and more. The reason is simple: flexibility with a blend of CAD tools is required to complete most design tasks.
Solid modeling is ideal for creating geometric components and assemblies where part interferences must be determined. Wireframe modeling is the ultimate tool for layout, conceptual sketching, or building a framework for surfaces. The aesthetic curves of a consumer product are virtually impossible to define without the help of a surface modeler. Whatever the design task, KEYCREATOR gives you a choice of intuitive tools at your fingertips to get the job done, without constraints.
Karingal Park Secondary College, Upper Yarra Secondary College, Immanuel College, St Paul's Anglican Grammar School, Melbourne Grammar, Chisholm Institute, Holmesglen Institute, RMIT Aerospace, Monash Uni Dept of Mechanical Engineering, Swinburne University, CSIRO are amount the users of KeyCreator and Cadkey.
RMIT University use KeyCreator in the School of Aerospace , Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering Department .
Students use KeyCreator for 2D and 3D CAD modelling and drafting in a range of fields. RMIT's Aerospace Technologies Department perfected the design of the Australian Olympic Racing Bike in Monocoque Carbon Fibre construction. Designed using Cadkey's Surfaces and Solids, this bike still holds Four World Speed Records.
The Monash University Department of Mechanical Engineering , used CADKEY to design and build the Monash Wind Tunnel. This large wind tunnel is used to conduct high and low velocity wind testing on a number of products including new vehicles, boats, yachts, sporting products, buildings, major construction sites and other designs. Also, Australia 's alpine speed skiers AJ Bear, Craig Branch and Luke Deane use the wind tunnel to hone their tuck positions.
• Example of Past Students Work