KUKAMET takes important step towards digitization with 3D CAD product catalog powered by CADENAS
Manufacturer of clamping tools now offers extensive digital customer service with the software solution eCATALOGsolutions
In recent months, KUKAMET, the manufacturer of quick-action clamps, has already taken an important step to be well prepared for the constantly advancing digitalization and the resulting increasing demand for design-relevant CAD data. With the creation of a digital product catalog based on the eCATALOGsolutions technology from CADENAS, the Turkish company offers its customers the possibility to find digital twins of its manual quick release clamps and pneumatic swivel clamps quickly and easily and to integrate them into their design as CAD models with just a few clicks.
Improved customer service thanks to accelerated design process
Today's engineers and designers need quick and easy access to the product information they need. The majority of the sometimes very individual inquiries regarding engineering data have so far reached KUKAMET by e-mail. The detailed answers were often time-consuming and therefore costly. KUKAMET therefore made it a priority to make the flow of information to its customers more efficient. Now engineers and designers can download 3D CAD models of components, such as pneumatic swivel clamps, at PARTcommunity free of charge in more than 150 popular CAD formats, such as NX and Solide Edge from Siemens PLM, Inventor and Revit from Autodesk, and insert them directly into their existing CAD designs. In order to ensure optimal marketing and to be able to serve the international market, the KUKAMET catalog is available in Turkish, English and German.
3D CAD product catalogue offers valuable additional information about products
To further expand their preferred position among engineers and designers, manufacturers like KUKAMET rely on high-quality native CAD product catalogs and comprehensive customer service. With the provision of an up-to-date 3D CAD online product catalogue, all important commercial metadata are also directly integrated into the CAD model. Parts lists created from the CAD design can be forwarded to the purchasing department with all important information. There they serve as a basis for procuring the corresponding components from the respective component manufacturers.