Industrial manufacturer streamlines the process for engineers to specify “quick (dis)connect fasteners” with interactive online CAD catalog
Anemo Engineering has recently published its product catalog on 3Dfindit.com and network of 90+ PARTcommunity download portals, powered by CADENAS PARTsolutions. The Belgium-based manufacturer now reaches over 23 million potential customers worldwide, providing on-demand digital access to products early in the design stage.
Best known for its Turnlock and SpanClamp products, Anemo Engineering provides quick connect and disconnect fasteners which can withstand side loads. These fasteners are useful in any application where the product is built from metal.
The Anemo Engineering online CAD catalog gives customers instant access to CAD models and digital product data for their industrial fasteners and closure systems. Now, engineers have more ways to search, find and download products from Anemo Engineering when they’re looking for online parts.
“We are in the business of saving time for end users of machinery and equipment, says Jean-Marc Darrou, Technical Sales at Anemo Engineering. “Our products are known to provide quick methods of opening and closing panels. Now, we have extended our solutions by giving engineers the tools to quickly find and select the correct fastener for their application.”
In addition to its simple-selection and configuration capabilities, the online product catalog gives customers a wide selection of native outputs to all major CAD systems, including Autodesk AutoCAD®, Autodesk Inventor®, SolidWorks®, Solid Edge®, PTC Wildfire® and CREO®, Siemens NX®, CATIA®, and more. This enables Anemo to provide 150+ CAD and imaging formats as instant, native downloads to their customers, including PDF product datasheets with 3D interactive previews of the exact product.
The CADENAS PARTcommunity saw 405 million CAD downloads in 2019, and 3Dfindit.com is growing in popularity among engineers every day. Additionally, the Anemo online CAD catalog is available on CAD portals site from Autodesk, Solid Edge, Solidworks, Catia, Creo and on-the-go through the “3D CAD Models” mobile engineering app.
“This new tool exposes our products to an international audience from a variety of industries who source parts online, that’s exposure which is difficult to get through any other medium,” says Darrou.
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