RAPID Launches 3D Model Catalog
TraceParts is the world’s leading digital media company for engineering. One of the services TraceParts offers is a CAD library. The library includes over 100 million parts available for download. RAPID joined TraceParts vendor library to offer engineers an alternative to creating from scratch standard sheet metal enclosures and tooled features. To use the service, engineers create an account on the TraceParts website. The customer then chooses the 3D CAD file they wish to use and then download the file. The process is frictionless.
James Jacobs states, “RAPID is always on a mission to expand our services and better serve our customers. By partnering with TraceParts we are able to offer product developers standard enclosures and common tooled features essential to their product, but not worth the design hours to create the part from scratch.”
To view RAPID’s CAD library visit http://www.tracepartsonline.net/(S(qzc3b41worfi1nh2qgr0qrpy))/content.aspx?Class=RAPID.
RAPID employs over 325 people focused on quick-turn PROTOTYPE sheet metal & machined parts. Rapid Sheet Metal offers a FREE add-in, eRAPID, for SOLIDWORKS that allows users to cost and order sheet metal parts within CAD, instantly. eRAPID also provides design for manufacturability feedback as users design sheet metal parts. Rapid Machining quotes machined & turned parts within 24 hours. RAPID ships all parts in days, not weeks. Other services include wire harnesses, cable assemblies and box builds. www.rapidmanufacturing.com
About Trace Parts:
TraceParts was founded in 1989 and is the world’s leading provider of 3D digital content for engineers. TraceParts provides CAD part libraries, electronic catalogs, web-based solutions, and digital marketing services to help prototype and production manufacturers promote their products and services. http://www.traceparts.com/
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