2D CAD Drawings

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What are 2D CAD Drawings?

1. Product Drawings (including manufacturing drawings, fabrication drawings, etc.)

2D CAD Drawings are used by the majority of fabricators & manufacturers. Most 2D CAD drawings create 3D CAD models and render reliable, accurate, and economical CAD drafting services. The manufacturer bases his work on the 2D Drawing. A drawing can be printed out on paper and adds all the needed information. Our dedicated team focus on more core competencies. Our team of professionals uses the best structural engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering and other 2d CAD design and drafting services.

2. Construction Drawings (including architectural drawings, floor plans, M&E drawings, etc.)

With the product drawings, installers and builders work from 2D CAD Drawings. The drawings print out and read with ease. Depending on the type of drawing needed, it requires to start in 3D floor plans, elevations etc. In the case of M&E Drawings, it shows symbols (switches, sockets etc.) on a 2D floor plan. Our 2d cad drafting services team render accurate and cost-effective engineering architectural and drafting mechanical services.

3. Line Drawings (it includes schematic, MAP drawings, simple layout drawings)

The Drawing creates in CAD Packages are Autodesk, AutoCAD or Dassault System Draft sight. We, as the best 2D CAD drawing service provider, offers an excellent design process. We provide the best CAD designers who work at very competitive rates and based on customer’s specific needs.

2D Cad Drawings

What are the main differences between 2D CAD & 3D CAD Drawings?

2D refers to two-dimensional geometry that is expressed in length & height on flat planes but has no depth. Let’s say, ‘Shadow’ it has two dimensional. Therefore, 2D shapes are typically measured in square units like cm2. At the same time, 3D is defined as 3-dimensional drawings or models. It describes objects with ‘Depth’.

The depth of the object sound confusing with weight. The two objects have the same depth, but they can be much heavier than the second object. Similar to a gallon of milk, it has less weight than any other heavy object. Therefore, 3D measurement includes cubic unit cm3, quart liters and a tablespoon.


We apply 3D to physics, and it comes with three spatially enumerable vectors. Though there could be several compactified physical dimensions, it’s small that we cannot detect them. The concept of the tesseract or hypercube bears the same relation to a cube. The cube does to a square. The tesseract constructed with 3D bodies builds a 3D representation of it.

We offer 2D CAD best drawings services. It adds engineering, electrical diagrams, shop drawings, P&ID, mechanical drafting, as-built drawings, design drafting and technical Drawing.

The 2D cad drawings offer a range of industries, including mining, construction, steel fabrication, electrical, hydraulic, HVAC, shopfitters, mechanical, manufacturing, design, and engineering.

The main differences between 2D CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and 3D CAD drawings lie in their representation and capabilities:

  1. Dimensionality:
    • 2D CAD drawings are created on a flat plane, representing only length and width.
    • 3D CAD drawings add depth, allowing for the creation of three-dimensional objects and models.
  2. Representation:
    • 2D CAD drawings are typically represented using lines, arcs, circles, and text to depict the geometry of the object from a top-down perspective.
    • 3D CAD drawings represent objects in three-dimensional space, allowing for a more realistic depiction of the object’s form, volume, and shape.
  3. Visualization:
    • 2D CAD drawings require the viewer to interpret the design based on multiple views (e.g., top, front, side) or through detailed annotations.
    • 3D CAD drawings provide a more intuitive visualization of the object, allowing users to rotate, pan, and zoom to view it from any angle.
  4. Complexity:
    • 2D CAD drawings are typically simpler and easier to create, especially for basic geometric shapes and designs.
    • 3D CAD drawings can handle much greater complexity, enabling the creation of intricate assemblies, mechanisms, and organic shapes.
  5. Applications:
    • 2D CAD is often used for creating technical drawings, schematics, floor plans, and diagrams.
    • 3D CAD is widely used in industries such as engineering, architecture, product design, and manufacturing for creating detailed models, prototypes, and simulations.
  6. Analysis:
    • 2D CAD drawings may be limited in their ability to perform detailed analysis such as stress analysis, motion simulation, and interference detection.
    • 3D CAD drawings allow for more advanced analysis and simulation, providing insights into how the design will behave under various conditions.

2D CAD drawings outputs vary from black and white line drawings for patent applications. The coloured illustrations refine presentation and marketing images. We provide customise templates and drawing standards to match up with the client requirement. Get a free quote today!