The new 3D CAD Models app from CADENAS PARTsolutions enables engineers to instantly find and download the part they need for their designs
Since 2012, the “3D CAD Models” app from CADENAS PARTsolutions has been one of the most popular engineering apps available. The app serves engineers and purchasers as a download and calculation tool for 3D data on both Android and iOS devices. Due to the growing popularity and the increasing download figures in the Google Play and iTunes Store, we have decided to now offer the app for Windows 10, available on both mobile and desktop devices.
“At the beginning of the year we looked at the vast amount of positive customer feedback that was published in the Google Play Store. Of course we do not wish to withhold this service from Windows 10 users and therefore gave them access to the 3D CAD model app“, says Jürgen Heimbach, CEO at CADENAS.
Moreover, he sets an ambitious target for this year: “Currently we have 611,000 downloads of our app from the Google Play and iTunes Store. This year we are striving to break the one million barrier. We would like to further strengthen our proven dominant position in the field of 3D CAD model app downloads, and we feel this is the next logical step“
Far more than CAD models
The app helps engineers and purchasers from mechanical, plant engineering and automotive sectors to find the right 3D CAD model for their given application. The PARTcommunity app is based on CADENAS eCATALOGsolutions technology, and contains more than 600 catalogs of manufacturer certified CAD models. These CAD models are available in 85 formats for the most popular CAD systems like Solid Edge®, NX™, Parametric, Autodesk® Inventor®, AutoCAD®, CATIA®, SolidWorks®, Creo™ etc.
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