Importance of Drawings and Documentation Process

As adoption of 3D modeling becomes more prevalent, it’s easy to downplay the role of technical drawings. But drawings are still the primary mode of communicating with manufacturing—in many cases, they are a contract between the designer and the shop floor. How do you make sure that your drawings say everything they need to say?

This new eBook, from industry expert DEVELOP3D, describes key aspects that you should consider when looking at your drawing and documentation process.

What’s inside?

Learn how to:

  • Create accurate drawings and data
  • Effectively communicate information
  • Include all the information needed for manufacturing.

It’s the combination of the 3D model and associated set of drawings that allows us to define critical information and to communicate it where needed—this document will help you ensure that the process of design, documentation and manufacturing is as efficient as possible.

When it comes to establishing the requirements for parts when manufactured, the technical drawing still reigns supreme.
When it comes to establishing the requirements for parts when manufactured, the technical drawing still reigns supreme.

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