1. Excellent usability
Customers, service technicians and other end users of your digital spare parts catalog and service information system benefit from the platform-independent display of 3D data based on WebGL with extensive, intuitive interaction options: 3D models and their components can be panned and rotated, parts can be shown and hidden, displayed transparently, focused, and zoomed in.
In addition, a view into the interior of an assembly is possible - a great advantage compared to conventional 2D illustrations. And best of all, your users can use the 3D catalog anytime, anywhere, and with any device.
2. Short loading times
In the automated creation process, your 3D graphics are converted and compressed. This drastically reduces the file size, which results in fast loading times in the digital catalog.
3. High level of information
3D models and parts list data are linked in the spare parts catalog or service information system. When a part is selected from the parts list, it is automatically highlighted in the 3D model and vice versa. This means that related information is visible immediately with a single mouse click, and the time spent searching for the required information is significantly reduced.
4. Improved efficiency
The natural representation of 3D parts also helps your service technicians and customers correctly identify the spare parts they need, reducing errors and increasing overall efficiency. Simple 3D animations in the catalog serve as interactive installation or repair instructions. They help your service and maintenance technicians install the spare part or perform a maintenance task, which in turn reduces your service times.
5. Extensive protection
Your 3D data is extensively protected thanks to access restriction, distortion, and metadata cleansing. You can find more information about the topic of security in the 3D spare parts catalog in our blog post "Security in 3D spare parts catalogs - 4 key principles".