2D CAD DRAWINGS BACKGROUND:
The purpose of 2D drawings is to accurately and unambiguously capture all the geometric features of a product or a component. The end goal of an engineering drawing is to convey all the required information that will allow a manufacturer to produce that component. 2D CAD drawings are still often referred to as "blueprints" although those terms are anachronistic from a literal perspective, since most copies of engineering drawings that were formerly made using a chemical-printing (ammonia) process CAD 2d Drawings or CAD Drawings are made from the 3D model created using computer aided design technology.
Today 2D drawings are usually done electronically with computer-aided design (CAD) from the 3D Model. In our specific case, we use parametric software, like Solidworks, Autocad, Pro-e. The more generic term "print" is now in common usage to mean any paper copy of an engineering drawing. The process of producing engineering drawings and the skill of producing them referred to as technical drawing or drafting.
2-dimensional drawings allow for a richer interaction between the designer and the model, stimulating better design ideas through enriched visualization capabilities. Manipulating a design on a virtual model is more cost effective as opposed to doing it post production. 2D drawings will not only enrich your design but also reduce the likelihood of wasting time and money on a faulty product.
SolidMasters generates and updates *.DWG or *.DXF files for users of AutoCAD or other CAD systems. Since most of our projects end up in production, the value of having an accurate and up to date documentation package at the end of the project cannot be overstated
SolidMasters 3D drafting services are highly competent in CAD modeling and design of mechanical elements related to aerospace, automobiles, and general engineering industry. Our engineers have manufacturing experience, which helps us in understanding the design intent better.
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