Faster learning - Realistic training experience prioritizing hands-on practice and technique development. Motivate practice through friendly competition.​

More practice time -
Increase practice time by reducing part prep, cleaning, and drying times.​

Objective feedback -
​Improve student technique with objective scoring and detailed performance analysis results that identify areas for improvement.

Integrated Curriculum

Projects - Use the pre-existing set or create custom projects and set performance parameters to focus on specific skills.

Lesson Mode -
Guides students through a selected set of projects or a custom curriculum developed by an instructor.

Training Tools

Objective Feedback

Coverage map - View applied paint thickness vs. target mil thickness while the student paints or at the end of each coat. Identify areas where paint is too thin, too thick, or ideal.​

Pass tracking in 3D -
View 3D lines showing gun distance from the part and travel speed for each pass. Angle, distance, and speed graphs highlight technique flaws.​

Realistic Painting -
Painted parts reflect their quality and produce defects.


Reduce cost - Virtual training provides a realistic experience without the costs of materials, consumables, prep, and/or clean up time.

Increase student throughput -
Use simulations to train more students in less time.​

Ease administrative burden -
Track student progress and cost savings through detailed student reports, integrated curriculums, and project scoring.


Use the Paintometer™ to quantify SimSpray’s paint-savings. This tool tracks system usage, parts painted, paint applied, paint wasted, and VOC emissions.



Environmentally friendly - Train without waste or hazardous materials. SimSpray training decreases the negative impact on the environment.

Control Training Environments -
Easily manage the training environment and minimize training risks through the use of virtual reality.

Next Generation Training for Skilled Painters and Coaters

Training Guidance

Equipment settings - Enter correct equipment settings to prepare the project.​

Visual cues -
Real-time cues for painter’s distance from the part, speed, and travel angle coach students toward proper technique.​

Scoring -
Coat scores include transfer efficiency, mil build, correct technique, and overall performance grades. These scores indicate areas that need improvement and allow students to focus on mastering them.