What is ESPRIT Learning Center?
An online training platform with on-demand, self-paced training courses created specifically for ESPRIT CAM programmers.
Why ESPRIT Learning Center?
- Quality instructional content developed by ESPRIT experts
- Beginner-friendly learning experience
- Official ESPRIT programming certification
- Flexible learning schedule – learn at your own pace
- No travel cost – take the training anywhere
- Free student license
- Course technical support
Available Courses (Certifications)
New User Swiss-Type
The New User Swiss Learning Path is designed to take you from having no experience with ESPRIT to programming a three channel Swiss-style millturn machine. The learning path begins with an introduction to the ESPRIT user interface and a basic 2-axis part programming on a Swiss-style lathe, then progresses through more challenging concepts regarding Swiss programming in ESPRIT.
New User Milling for ESPRIT TNG
This learning path is designed to show you how to program milling machines in ESPRIT. Start with a 3-axis, single part setup on a vertical mill, and workthrough production milling, full-4th axis rotary milling, and positional 3+2 milling. You'll also learn how to create machine components, such as tool holders and fixtures.
DESIGNER CAD for ESPRIT Users
Learn how to get started with DESIGNER, Hexagon's CAD for Manufacturing application. Designed with your ESPRIT experience in mind, this course will show you how you can use DESIGNER as part of your complete manufacturing workflow.
The time finally arrived for our company to upgrade to the new ESPRIT. Having only seen some demo videos, I considered this a big change based on my 15 years of using ESPRIT. However, the ESPRIT Learning Center completely changed all that. It took only a half day to get back up to speed and comfortable with the flow. The courses are very thorough, wasting no time getting to the point. Having all the supplied files and models within the course window makes access quick and convenient. This online training will not only make it easier for existing ESPRIT users to transition to the new ESPRIT—it will also help our new programmers rapidly get familiar with ESPRIT, without the need to travel to a training site.