JW Winco publishes the CAD catalog for its standard industrial machine components on TraceParts.com

JW Winco has partnered with TraceParts to publish its 3D product catalog.

CINCINNATI, OHIO and NEW BERLIN, WISCONSIN USA (June 29, 2021) - JW Winco, a leading supplier of standard industrial machine components and assembly hardware, has partnered with TraceParts to publish its 3D product catalog.


For over 40 years, JW Winco has been known for its inch and metric high quality, ergonomically shaped and aesthetically pleasing products, innovative and modern product designs; expert technical guidance, and fast, friendly, professional service. Over the years, their industrial parts have been used in various industries on many different machines, equipment, and in a variety application.

"JW Winco is excited about the opportunity to introduce our products to millions of designers and engineers that utilize TraceParts.com. This is a great opportunity for us to reach a wider audience while also adding a valuable service to our existing customers," said Dan Hansher, Marketing and Communications Manager at JW Winco.

Designers and engineers all over the world are now able to preview more than 58,000 products from JW Winco. Once configured, their product CAD models can be immediately downloaded in more than sixty (60) engineering design (CAD) formats, enabling designers to streamline and validate their product selections by placing them digitally into their designs.

"We are delighted that JW Winco has chosen TraceParts as its valued product data partner. The JW Winco product catalog, now available at TraceParts.com, will allow designers and engineers to easily find the products they need, download the model in the required format, and incorporate it directly into their design," said Rob Zesch, President of TraceParts America.

About JW Winco

Founded in 1978, JW Winco is built on the belief that TRUE strength comes from our relationships with our customers, business partners, and employees. Winco's mission is to develop solutions, improve operation, and streamline design in all industries with high quality standard parts.

Ganter, a global leader in manufacturing of standard parts, has been a synergistic partner with JW Winco that has provided 40 years of world class business solutions to all of our customers.

In 2009, JW Winco officially became part of "A Ganter Company," which expanded our capabilities and solidified our resources globally.

For more info, visit www.jwwinco.com.

About TraceParts

TraceParts is one of the world's leading CAD-content platforms for Engineering, Industrial Equipment and Machine Design, totaling 4.3 million registered members from 1.2 million companies actively sourcing product information and technical data from over 195 different countries.

As part of the Trace Group founded in 1990, TraceParts brings highly targeted marketing exposure to more than 800 customers of all sizes and from all industries, via powerful cloud-based API and SaaS applications such as CAD part libraries, product catalogs and configurators.

TraceParts' comprehensive Digital Marketing Services help part manufacturers and distributors, 3D printing & rapid-prototyping suppliers, CAD/CAM/CAE/ECAD software and computer hardware vendors promote their products and services and generate highly qualified sales leads.

Available free-of-charge to millions of Engineers & Designers worldwide, the TraceParts CAD-content platform provides access to over 1,100 supplier-certified product catalogs and billions of 2D drawings & 3D CAD models and product datasheets that perfectly match the digitalization needs of Design, Purchasing, Manufacturing and Maintenance processes & operations, in virtually any industrial sector.

For more info, visit TraceParts.com.

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