RENCO Encoders of Goleta, CA, has announced the addition of a new 3-D feature to their website. Now customers can log on to the RENCO homepage (www.renco.com) and view various different encoders from all sides. Viewers can also download 3-D or 2-D versions of an encoder in different CAD and graphic formats. The website enables viewers to make their own encoder by selecting parts available in the catalog and creating a 3-D model of their specific design that can be rotated, zoomed, and viewed on screen. Users may also obtain price and delivery information by submitting their particular specifications for an RFQ.
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