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Brother Gearmotors Website Introduces 3D CAD Drawings of 1-3 Horsepower Gearmotors

3D Modeling Technology Enables Customers to Fully Configure Products & Download Spec Info in 150+CAD and Graphics Formats

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Brother Gearmotors, a division of Brother International Corporation that offers a wide range of ultra-reliable, sub-fractional AC gearmotors and reducers for industrial equipment manufacturers, including the food & beverage, packaging and material handling industries, now offers 3D Computer-aided Design (CAD) drawings of its 1-3 horsepower gearmotors on the company’s website.

With the new online tool, customers can easily access and search Brother Gearmotors’ product catalog, using 3D technology to pan, zoom and rotate images of the 1-3 HP gearmotors. Offering realistic, high quality visuals and details, the panoramic images can be manipulated in a variety of ways to provide a comprehensive view of the products from various angles.

Site visitors can fully configure and download products in 150+CAD and graphics formats. Additionally, a dropdown menu offers customers spec sheets containing detailed motor and brake dimensions.

All Brother Gearmotors in the 1-3 HP range are compliant with the new government (DOE) mandate for small electric motors that took effect June 1, 2016.
“Our 3D modeling technology offers customers the ability to more accurately see what a particular gearmotor will look like when it is placed in its intended application,” said Matthew Roberson, Senior Director of Brother Gearmotors. “Brother is pleased to provide a way to enhance user education and simplify the overall selection process using this easy navigation tool.”

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