CAD Drafting Service Using AutoCAD

Posted on : Mar 27, 2019

With an expertise in CAD Drafting services since more than a decade now, we strongly feel it’s time for us to appraise AutoCAD as the most comprehensive mechanical design and drafting software. AutoCAD had been instrumental for us to design and deliver accurate and precisely efficient mechanical & civil designs. Our experienced CAD designers bank on this promising CAD drafting software for all the complex civil or mechanical designing jobs.

One of the key feature in AutoCAD Design Suit is its wide-ranging set of more than 700,000 mechanical components including Structural steel shapes, Undercuts, Nuts, Bushings, Rivets, Screws, Bearings, Shaft components, Washers, Plugs, Keyways, Pins, Thread Ends and many more which ultimately reduces the overall cost (man-hours), workload and time investment in completing a single design job work to be done right from the scratch; also with its automated and quick dimensioning with fewer inputs, it enables driving & adjusting design geometry to fix in certain sizes.
Yet another feature that enhanced the channel of communication to generate most precise output in-line as compliance with industry standards is the incorporation of International Drafting Standards such as CSN, BSI, DIN, ANSI, GB, GOST and ISO drafting. Also AutoCAD comes equipped with drafting tools for generating specific drafts in-line with industry standard geometric dimensions, surface texture symbols, mechanical symbols and weld symbols. As the part of Mechanical design, AutoCAD redraw geometry to illustrate dashes and hidden lines of parts that are blocked by other parts, this process is undertaken internally (automatically) by the AutoCAD software itself as a result it saves our esteemed client’s time and energy to re-visit their 2D designs.

In such a scenario one should be asking a big question as to why industries like building products and industrial equipment, manufacturing sheet metal and wood furniture, fabricated metal and allow manufacturers rely on 3D model in place of 2D drawing. As per our experience of working with most of the industry leaders for their CAD solution we upfront say that it’s mainly because some of the elements are literally impossible to be communicated through 3D models like flow charts, electrical or hydraulic schematics and many more can only be represented through 2D drawings.
Also as an experts in CAD drafting services we are quite certain about the promising future of AutoCAD and the instrumentality of 2D drawing over 3D models in future; despite of trending functionalities like Fabricators on shop floor using tablets to browse models and taking accurate measurements for manufacturing or assembly lines. 2D drawings are here to stay for long.