C.A.D Department

Definition: Computer-Aided Design (CAD) is the use of computer technology to aid in the design and particularly the drafting (technical drawing and engineering drawing) of a part or product. It is both a visual (or drawing) and symbol-based method of communication whose conventions are particular to a specific technical field. Drafting can be done in two dimensions ("2D") and three dimensions ("3D").

We have recently created our own CAD department located at our main premises. This will enable us to create designs and ideas for customers. This technology helps customers to visualise the concepts and designs before they are manufactured so that any areas they aren't 100% happy with can be altered, changed completely or even deleted.

We have the latest state of the art software with an annual update subscription so that our software is kept as up to date as possible. We are currently using AutoDesk Inventor 2008 with the 2009 version available during April 2009.

So if you need something designing but can't visualise what your ideas would look like don't hesitate to call us!





2D Design Example

3D Design Example


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