CAD Services

Convert paper drawings into CAD format, interactive format or 3D models

There’s not much to talk about visual representation whether it’s a tangible object or instruction type scheme but there’s the rub. The first rub is related to the paper drawings that wear off over time requiring conversion into digital format. Nonetheless, the digital drawings may demand work to convert them from the bitmap into the vector form, or to complete draft and sketch drawing and even an utterly finalized-looking vector drawing may need some structural reworking to be passed further along the PLM pipeline.

A 2D drawing, sophisticatedly made from the technical and engineering point of view, can be mapped and linked to the database items or used as an input for a 3D model which can be linked to the database as well.

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2D (Auto CAD)

2D CAD services are focused on the creation and enhancement of the drawings, unveiling an improved workflow and ERP integration

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3D (PTC Creo)

ERP-integrated 3D models simplify identification and open an opportunity to educate personnel or remotely inform about the on-site state of the equipment

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3D Gallery

Interactive 3D models

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