We create 3D CAD models from existing mechanical components
Why would one need 3D CAD Modelling of Mechanical Components?
This service is required by our customers who have existing parts but no 3D CAD models for their items. This will result in them requiring 3D CAD models of existing mechanical components.
We can create 3d components library for brochure, catalogue or manufacturing. We supply our customer PDF as well as native CAD version.
Sometimes, Our customer doesn't have any information about the existing part or components, We offer an appropriate solution for reverse engineering part of components. We help our clients with mechanical design and product development.
The 3D CAD Models can be used for
- Updating our costumers 3D CAD library
- 3D Printing
- New Manufacturing Drawings
Many engineers’ drawings make the mistake of trying to include all the information about each individual part in an assembly drawing. To avoid this, remember the purpose of these engineering drawings during the creation process – they must make the assembling easy.
Exploded views, section views, numbered parts, general dimensions, cutouts, detail views (or close-ups) are all tools you can use to achieve this goal.
It should be clear where each part goes and how it is attached – whether it needs welding, bolted connections, riveting or something else. The bill of materials is there to help you, so make sure the information available there is correct regarding part numbers, names and quantities.
Keeping everything above in mind will help you create assembly drawings that make life easier on the shop floor. A piece of great advice I once received goes like this – keep the thinking in the drawing-room. Avoiding multiple interpretation possibilities at later steps will significantly decrease the number of errors.
How does the process work?
We either use supplied 2D Drawings or measure supplied components to create the 3D CAD models
What do we supply?
From the new 3D CAD models we can:
- provide 3D CAD models in Solidworks, STEP or IGES format
- create new Manufacturing drawings
- create flat patterns
- create Renderings
How much does it cost?
We always try to give fixed prices for a job. Our pricing will be based on the quantity and complexity of the parts. With large quantities we try an establish a mean complexity or complexity groups to which we agree a price. We will usually be able to quote from images sent via email.
Drafting Design Tools and Software
Our Expert Engineers & Drafters are versatile enough to use any software that your process might require. We have successfully managed Drafting and Design projects involving software such as AutoCAD, ArchiCAD,Solidworks, Revit Architecture, Architectural Desktop, Microstation, and 3D Studio Max.