At Digital Construction Week (DCW) 2018 in London, Wienerberger has demonstrated the organisation’s BIM-readiness by launching their new product data platform Wienerberger Connect – a result of a collaboration between coBuilder and CADENAS. Paul Surin, Head of Built Environment at Wienerberger AG provides insights into the manufacturer’s side of BIM and the decision making process at Wienerberger UK in an interview.
CADENAS and coBuilder promote their collaborative BIM solution at the Digital Construction Week 2018 in London: Together the software companies provide a collaborative solution, which allows manufacturers of construction products to control and manage their product data and objects in real-time and automatically link a single-source of data to other systems.
The Department of Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue University has partnered with CADENAS to implement their Strategic Parts Management software PARTsolutions to expose students to industry-leading technology and real-world applications for careers in design engineering.
MOVET® introduces its new product catalog based on the eCATALOGsolutions technology by CADENAS. Thanks to the new Electronic Product Catalog, 3D models of the blue flange bearing product is available to engineers and designers for the development of hygienic conveyor systems for the food and pharma industries.
Pictures say more than 1,000 words - Although engineers usually know exactly which components they need for their product, but they cannot describe it. With CADENAS' 2D Sketch Search, you get to the desired component without any words. Check out our video.
The German daily newspapers DIE WELT and the Süddeutsche Zeitung move the topic of BIM and the current challenges for the construction industry into focus with their special supplements to 1 million potential readers. Included is an article by the software manufacturer CADENAS on the topic of: Why BIM begins with the communication between planners and manufacturers.
Everyone is talking about BIM these days. The BIM Product Manager of CADENAS, tells us in an interview what component catalogs should look like in order to optimally support the planning process and which BIM trends are on the horizon.
The German newspaper DIE WELT reports on current trends and developments in the construction sector in its special supplement Analyse Wirtschaft (Analysis Economy) in August, reaching over 670,000 potential readers. This includes, among other things, how digital 3D BIM CAD product data of component manufacturers can speed up their construction projects and the benefits that manufacturers as well as architects, civil engineers and planners have from the BIMcatalogs.net platform by CADENAS.
Qosina launched its all-new, interactive catalog of 600 configurable 3D CAD models, built by CADENAS. The configurator enables customers to instantly download thousands of 3D models of medical components directly from Qosina’s website.