2D CAD Drawings (such as Shop Drawings, Manufacturing Drawings etc) are still used by the majority of Fabricators & Manufacturers, even though most 2D CAD drawings are created from 3D CAD Models.
Most of our Designs start in 3D CAD, even though the drawings such as Manufacturing Drawings are 2D (so you can print them on paper). We only use 2D CAD (Autodesk AutoCad) for simple Mechanical & Electrical Drawings (MEP) as well as Schematics
Our Rendering & Animation Service enables our customers to use photo realistic renders of their products in their marketing documents. Animations help to explain features and processes.
CAD Conversion is a term used for converting existing Drawings information into CAD (Computer Aided Design).
We are a UK based CAD Drawing office.
Our CAD Drafting Service uses 2D & 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD) Software Packages such as Solidworks & AutoCad.
Our CAD Office is based on 5 main catcategories
The Jensen Consulting Team is run by Tristan Jensen and consists of trained CAD Draftsmen & Design Engineers. Our CAD Drafting Service consists of Engineers & Technicians with University Degrees as well as apprenticeships.
We work very closely with our customers and their suppliers to minimise any miss communications.
We are happy to visit your site and coordinate with suppliers and manufacturers. This enables us to update your project and to keep a close contact for manufacturing and production requirements.
Our philosophy is to produce the correct information to enable our customers to take their project to the next level. Often there seems to be a gap between the design which has been produced and the information (such as drawings) required to provide the correct information for manufacturers and fabricators.
Do you have any CAD Outsourcing requirements?
Are you unsure how an Outsourcing Drafting Services would work for you?
Why not call us now and we will answer your questions – 01462 429 707
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