Add Value to Your Designs

You didn’t go to school to spend hours re-modeling screws, brackets, or fasteners. You became an engineer to bring new ideas and solutions into our world.

Why continue wasting your time, when you can save 2-3 hours a day by reusing parts you have already created.

Your solution is standard parts.

 

What are Standard Parts?

A standard part is any part that can be reused or standardized across assemblies. This includes different types of fasteners, brackets, cylinders, or even entire assemblies.

But what exactly does the process of standard part reuse entail? And why should I care about it?

We will explore further into specific types of standard parts and the importance of reuse in the next few videos.

Let’s discuss how these standard parts can help you earn this time back.

 

Benefits of Standard Parts

Not every part is worth designing from scratch. When you understand that custom design isn’t always the better option, standard parts become your best friend.

Reusing standard parts enable more time to create, innovate, and problem solve.

Here is how standard part reuse will benefit you:

  • Work faster and smarter on your big projects
  • Saves time and resources for more value added designs
  • Results in better designs and gets your products to the market faster

 

Start Reusing Now!

If you want to make good use of your time, it requires the reuse of standard parts. Make your life easier, and start utilizing the resources you already have created.

Be the innovative engineer you set out to be!

 

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Adam Beck

Director of Marketing at CADENAS PARTsolutions | A graduate of the Richard Farmer School of Business Marketing at Miami University in Oxford Ohio, Adam has years of experience in marketing and design for a variety of industries. He enjoys many outlets for creativity including working on custom cars and guitars. He’s also a fan of Formula1 racing and the Cincinnati Bengals. Adam currently lives in Ohio with his wife Stephanie, daughter Nora and son Otto.