With their addition to the MILCAD 3D product catalog interface, engineers can quickly configure and spec these into their design, any time of day or night.
Cincinnati, OH – December 2, 2014 – Milwaukee Cylinder has launched their ISO Metric line of hydraulic cylinders within their online 3D product catalog. Known as MILCAD, the online catalog was designed and built by CADENAS PARTsolutions, and provides on-demand access to 3D CAD models of Milwaukee Cylinder products to engineers worldwide.
A Wisconsin based manufacturer of hydraulic and pneumatic components, Milwaukee Cylinder maintains technological innovation and customer service as their highest priorities, with the online catalog as a key element for both. The ISO Metric line of hydraulic tie rod cylinders is an important addition to their online product lineup. This line conforms to the ISO 6020-2 standard and is designed specifically as a domestic solution for designers seeking a replacement for products they formerly would have had to source from overseas.
CADENAS PARTsolutions specializes in helping industrial manufacturers gain market share and fostering a remarkable customer experience by utilizing digital 3D product catalogs and configurators.
In the past, engineers would have had to contact the manufacturer directly, by phone or email, when looking for certified CAD models of Milwaukee Cylinder products. Now, with their addition to the MILCAD 3D product catalog interface, engineers can quickly configure and spec these into their design, any time of day or night.
“With this new addition we’re providing our customers a domestic source option for metric cylinders and a digital source to easily specify them,” says Douglas Lacina, Marketing and Engineering Leader at Milwaukee Cylinder. “By being domestic, it gives customers the opportunity to work with someone in or near their time-zone, assisting the ability for customers to speak real time with cylinder design and application experts. We’re also removing hurdles by providing instant access to MILCAD, our 3D CAD models and quoting tool. MILCAD generates a 3D CAD model in nearly any format desired, or a 2-D PDF drawing, it also provides the ability to quickly obtain a quote. Simply configure your product and hit the quote button. Engineers and designers of machinery and assemblies prefer to download 3D CAD models of the components they source for their digital design. This increases the accuracy of their design, because the manufacturer creates and certifies the models.
“It’s more than real time communications with a world class supplier, that’s going to have Milwaukee Cylinder customers excited,“ adds Jay Hopper, President and COO of CADENAS PARTsolutions. “Design accuracy is paramount. By using these time-saving models, users will have a much more precise design. Users no longer have to ‘eyeball’ or create models from a list of specs, they can download free models which are certified accurate by Milwaukee Cylinder.”
About Milwaukee Cylinder
The Milwaukee Cylinder Company is a full line manufacturer of durable, industrial hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders and accessories. Located in Cudahy WI, Milwaukee Cylinder has been a leader in the industry since 1956, and is ISO 9001:2008 certified. Besides being known for its standard line of high quality tie rod cylinder products, Milwaukee Cylinder has developed a worldwide reputation for engineering expertise in the manufacture of specialty cylinders. Over the last 50 years, Milwaukee Cylinder has become known as the company where “Specials Are Our Standard”. www.milwaukeecylinder.com
About CADENAS PARTsolutions
CADENAS PARTsolutions is a leading provider of next generation 3D part catalog management and sales configuration solutions. For large manufacturers, CADENAS PARTsolutions provides centralized 3D standard part catalogs making it easy for global design teams to find, reuse, and control standard and proprietary parts. For component manufacturers, CADENAS PARTsolutions provides 3D part catalog with CAD download technology to increase sales lead generation and to ensure that components get “designed in” to OEM products.
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