June 21, 2016
CADENAS PARTsolutions, a provider of 3D product catalogs and digital parts managements, has partnered with the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) to offer authorized 3D CAD models of SAE Aerospace Standards (AS) components.
Working with CADENAS PARTsolutions to create SAE MOBILUS, the new 3D CAD and digital product model solution, SAE International will provide a light, versatile option that addresses the many needs of their wide engineering user base, a press release states.
“SAE customers are increasingly seeking greater digital interoperability with technical content,” says Michael Thompson, director of Aerospace, Electronic Publications. “SAE is proud to offer a more robust content solution by introducing 2D/3D drawings of 500 SAE aerospace parts standards. Customers will now be able to manipulate part dimensions and download drawings from the software in over 150 digital formats.”
Aerospace Standards customers will now be able to add SAE MOBILUS to their current SAE datasheet and 3D PDF library, providing access to approved 3D models that can be used directly within their designs.
“Every day, we hear from manufacturers who need certified digital models of standard products for their engineering teams, we have filled a big void with the introduction of SAE MOBILUS and the SAE AS digital models,” says Rob Zesch, president and COO of CADENAS PARTsolutions. ”Smart companies have programs to manage their digital assets, but we still see waste in engineering process. It doesn’t make sense for engineering teams to waste time by redesigning and redrawing components which already exist in a certified off-the-shelf model in their exact native format. Using tools like this can save millions for manufacturers looking to streamline their design process.”
For more information, visit CADENAS PARTsolutions.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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