OpenGadget.net announced today its launch of its 3D imaging, modeling and support services for the personal aircraft industry while participating in the AirVenture 2010 air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
OpenGadget.net announced today its launch of its 3D imaging, modeling and support services for the personal aircraft industry. Participating in the AirVenture 2010 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, along with Austin’s Ravin Aircraft, CEO and company Founder Anthony Plattsmier stated, “OG’s 3D customer offerings help bring incredible value and flexibility to our customer partners”. By storing and offering virtually every part and assembly of the aircraft in 3D that is easily accessible from www.opengadget.net potential customers can visualize our partners products and interact with them in ways that are not available elsewhere.
Existing customers can locate necessary replacement parts and alternatives utilizing OG’s 3D capability to estimate repair time and soon be able to buy these replacement parts directly from the OG site. OpenGadget is partnering with Ravin Aircraft to bring its 3D capability to the personal aircraft industry. During AirVenture 2010 OpenGadget is co-located in the Ravin booth demonstrating its value.
About OpenGadget. OpenGadget is the first Open Source repository and facilitator for the promotion, development, and governance of Open Source hardware projects and products. OpenGagdet currently stores 1000’s of 3D images of information useful for the development of new products. Believing in its motto, ‘Better just got Better’ OpenGagdet promotes the philosophy of building a better mousetrap is open to all and to be shared by all. OpenGadgets newest 3D service offering is just one of several new products OG has in its offering pipeline. More information can be found at OpenGadget.net
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