New online resources for Kanya aluminium profile system

Thinking Space Systems has added online resources to its website, providing detailed technical information and a free CAD tool, plus the latest news and information about the Kanya aluminium profile system. See

Engineers can now access and download product catalogues, brochures and literature from one source, and CAD users can download the KanyaThek 3D software for creating 2D and 3D CAD models for the Kanya PVS and RVS ranges; these models can be exported to the user's CAD package for integration within designs for machine frames, guards, factory equipment, test rigs, trolleys or anything else requiring sturdy, lightweight and versatile structural elements.

The new Resources section of the website also includes the latest newsletters and, coming soon in 2011, an extensive library of application images.

Kanya claims that its aluminium connecting system was the first in the world, and today the Swiss range comprises the PVS and RVS systems. The PVS extrusion range features box profiles from 20mm up to 200mm in size, with a wide variety of accessories and connectors. The RVS range is claimed to be the strongest yet most aesthetically pleasing tube clamping system on the market.

Follow the link to take a look at the new online resources for the Kanya aluminium profile system.

Kanya UK (Thinking Space Systems Ltd)

Unit 10b, The Quadrangle
Abbey Park Industrial Estate
SO51 9DL

+44 (0)1794 516633

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