Press Release Summary:
PartsNow! v3.3 mechanical parts library for AutoCAD and Autodesk Mechanical Desktop features millions of mechanical parts plus Direct Download for downloading parts from www.cadalog.com. It includes 2D and 3D parts and 50 manufacturer catalogs. Program creates parts parametrically inside AutoCAD from tables based on industry standards. Standards supported are ANSI, ISO, DIN and JIS.
Original Press Release:
EMT Software Ships New PartsNow! Release Version 3.3 has millions of new 2D & 3D parts for AutoCAD and MDT
EMT Software Ships New PartsNow! Release Version 3.3 has
millions of new 2D & 3D parts for AutoCAD and MDT
November 27, 2001 - Bellingham, WA - EMT Software, Inc., announced today that it is now shipping a new release of PartsNow!, a mechanical parts library for AutoCAD and Autodesk Mechanical Desktop. Version 3.3 features millions of new mechanical parts plus a new method for downloading parts from www.cadalog.com
Expanded Parts Library Now One of Largest Available
PartsNow! 3.3 includes new types of 2D and 3D parts such as spur gears, self-tapping screws, pipe fittings, electric motor and solenoid assemblies, and linear motion systems. Thirteen new manufacturer catalogs also have been added, bringing the total up to 50. The expansion of the mechanical parts library makes PartsNow! 3.3 one of the largest parts library plug-in programs for AutoCAD.
A new feature called Direct Download allows PartsNow! users with high speed Internet connections to download ready-made parts from
www.cadalog.com and place them directly into AutoCAD. The new feature is especially useful for large, complex assemblies such as linear motion systems. It can take PartsNow! three minutes or more to create complex assemblies from scratch, but with Direct Download, parts can be transferred in seconds.
PartsNow! - What is it?
PartsNow! 3.3 is a comprehensive parts library of standard fasteners, bearings and steel shapes, as well as a growing number of parts from manufacturers' catalogs. It is a third party application for AutoCAD2000, 200i, 2002 and Mechanical Desktop 4, 5 and 6. The program creates parts parametrically inside AutoCAD from tables based on industry standards and manufacturers' catalogs.
Standards supported are ANSI, ISO, DIN and JIS. Additional parts
libraries are based on 50 manufacturers' catalogs including PEM, NSK, SKF, Globe, Torrington, THK, Thomson, Pacific Scientific, Detroit Coil and Unicorp. PartsNow! 3.3 includes bolts, screws, washers, pins, nuts, steel shapes, gears, fittings, linear motion systems, solenoid, motor assemblies and much, much more.
PartsNow! 3.3 is priced at $195 for a full license. Upgrade price from any previous version of PartsNow! or any versions of MECH 2D/3D is only $50.00. This offer is good until the end of 2001. Education versions are $89.00. All PartsNow! 3.3 customers receive free and full access to www.cadalog.com