CAD configurator for mechanical parts

Dec. 27, 2006
A CAD configurator and Webordering system lets users survey some 200,000 mechanical and motion-control parts, then parametrically configure them into native CAD files that can be downloaded for use in engineering models.

Both standard and configured products get priced and displayed for ordering purposes. Typical products that can be configured include linear shafts, strut clamps, ball guides, bearings, couplings, fasteners, and so forth.

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