What is a ‘part’?
The pricing for storage and delivery is based on “parts”. Each assembly instruction shows you how to assemble a model. Each model consists of different parts.
A ‘Part’ is a geometry with position that appears as a single assembled unit in the instructions. The “parts” are what you would like to show in the “Bill of Materials”. If a single bolt appears 10 times on 10 different places in the instruction, then these are 10 parts.
Each instruction is stored and ready to be delivered to 99.9% of internet users 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A user visits the instruction. The instruction must be delivered and visualized in the client browser. When an instruction is visited by 10 users it means it is delivered 10 times.
Each time a user visits a step of the instruction, zooms the camera, and rotates with the mouse an event is stored.