3DPartFinder is a shape search engine that does for parts what Google® does with text: It finds and display parts similar to the initial inquiry either from an existing file or from a rough 3D sketch of the target part directly in Autodesk® Inventor®. You could search internally (Server or Vault) or on the Web in our Cloud based Platform and download standard models and technical information from hundreds of suppliers.
Suitable matches are displayed in an assembly of Inventor and are ranked according to their similarities for further analysis. As necessary, you can rotate any part in the assembly and access any detailed information or function available in Inventor. You can easily launch another search using any file results returned by the first search, and define how many results to return.
Analyze your parts, find duplicates, quasi-duplicates and similar using 3DPartFinder Analytics or provide shape search capabilities to all users.
Accelerate product development, stop creation of duplicates, find related models, improve quotation, estimation and parts standardization, download CAD Models;
Re-use knowledge in core engineering, training of new comers & improve engineering productivity;
Reduced tooling, prototype, testing and inventory costs
Able to open the Autodesk native data file with full associativity
Autodesk® Inventor® 2019 and Autodesk® Inventor® 2018 to 2013
Vault 2019, Vault 2018 to 2013 (Basic and Pro)
3DSemantix have created a 3D search engine technology, 3DPartFinder, in order to find similar, duplicates or mirror parts and related information using a 3D MODEL as input instead of alphanumeric characters. We provide different standalone and cloud based solutions using our shape-based search engine.
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