Automotion Components launches new website with CAD downloads

Automotion Components has launched a new website to promote its extensive range of linear, rotary and precision mechanical components. Indeed, the website is divided into three sections corresponding to these areas of expertise, which helps users to find the products they need as quickly and easily as possible.

The company is keen to emphasise that as well as its extensive portfolio of standard catalogue components (many of which are available for immediate delivery from stock, otherwise lead times are typically a few days), it can also manufacture special products to customer drawings, thanks to its CAD design and support department.

For customers who still like a paper catalogue, Automotion Components has recently updated this too (follow the link to request a free catalogue), or it can be downloaded as a PDF file.

Most products have an associated 3D CAD file that can be downloaded directly from the relevant page on the website, with no need to register or log in. CAD models are offered in various formats: Solidworks, ProE, Sat, Step, Parasolid and Iges.

Follow the link to visit the new Automotion Components website.

Automotion Components Ltd

Alexia House
Little Mead Industrial Estate

+44 (0)1483 266774

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