logo_hmi2013Amberg, Germany, April 15, 2013 – TraceParts provides the worldwide community of engineers and designers with an extensive source of technical data from more than 100 million products from hundreds of certified catalogs from component suppliers. These data include native and neutral CAD models, PDF datasheets, specifications and acquisition data, all of which can be accessed via an intuitive user interface. These data are available to registered users for free at www.tracepartsonline.net, as well as in the form of a 100% free offline solution, the TraceParts DVD. More than 1,000 copies were distributed in Hanover to prospective users.


Apart from demonstrating the standard components download facility, they also highlighted the various options users have for accessing quickly and efficiently the component they want, as well as the smooth process going from 3D component configuration to placing direct component orders.



Christian Baumgärtner, TraceParts MD gives his view: “Tens of thousands of CAD models are downloaded by designers every day via TracePartsOnline.net. The user meeting point at the Hanover Fair gave us an opportunity to maintain contact with our users and even to get to know some of them in person. It is always useful to get requirements and feedback directly from them, which can then be included in future developments. Not to mention, of course, that it also gives our team’s motivation a huge boost to hear extremely positive feedback about our service directly from the user’s mouth.”


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