Salina Tech learners thrilled to work with new automotive engineering

Matrix Digital Measuring, Inc., a Salina-dependent business, officially donated a Matrix Wand method to Salina Tech Friday morning as a continuation of the two entities’ symbiotic relationship in the past couple of years.  The Matrix Wand is a handheld collision fix device that can capture 3D images of cars to be saved in a enormous […]

Director of Support & Technical Training for Matrix Wand Sergio Correa adjust the screens on the 3D structural diagnostics blueprinting and collision repair tool during a demonstration to the Salina Area Technical College students in the automotive department on Thursday. Matrix Wand was developed by engineers at Salina Vortex, one of which is a graduate of the Salina Tech Auto Collision Repair program.
Sergio Correa with Matrix Wand shows the Salina Area Technical College automotive students how the Matrix Wand system that is used for 3D structural diagnostics blueprinting and collision repair at the college on Thursday.
Sergio Correa with Matrix Wand tells the Salina Area Technical College automotive students about the Matrix Wand system that is used for 3D structural diagnostics blueprinting and collision repair at the college on Thursday. Matrix Wand donated a new system to the college that will help teach students how to test a vehicle for structural damage.

Matrix Digital Measuring, Inc., a Salina-dependent business, officially donated a Matrix Wand method to Salina Tech Friday morning as a continuation of the two entities’ symbiotic relationship in the past couple of years. 

The Matrix Wand is a handheld collision fix device that can capture 3D images of cars to be saved in a enormous databases applying the company’s FenderBolt Software.  

Working with these images, entire body shop gurus can help you save time measuring vehicles and boost repair service programs.  

Alongside with the formal donation occasion that took position Friday, Sergio Correa, the director of aid and technical education for Matrix, was on Salina Tech’s campus Thursday afternoon to instruct learners about the Matrix Wand and exhibit it for them.  

Salina Tech university student Kristian Tuttle was impressed with the presentation, especially with how quick and speedy the technique was to use.  

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