A technical drawing is the best way to graphically present machines, mechanisms, structures, systems and other elements. It provides complete information about the operation, execution and installation of a specific system. It’s not easy to imagine a more comprehensive method of communicating engineering presentation, mainly since it is used worldwide. Thanks to generally applicable standards, such as PN (Polish Standard) or ISO, international cooperation is possible, and it’s developing faster and faster. Moreover, a well-executed technical drawing containing the most important data can also constitute legal documentation. However, to meet these requirements, it should clearly and unequivocally present the structure of the machine (product) and its mode of operation. First of all, the drawing must contain the basic dimensions, tolerances and notes that will allow its execution. For complete identification, you also need information about the company’s (manufacturer’s) name of the device shown in the diagram. One should not forget about the type, number, scale, date of preparation of the drawing, name of the design engineer, and in some cases also the signature of the person who checked and approved the document. A drawing prepared in accordance with the above guidelines will also be helpful in the development of process technology, trading spare parts and many other situations.
In this area, we offer:
- working drawings of parts;
- assembly drawings;
- preparing professional instruction and assembly manuals (e.g. for furniture) and exporting them (PDF, PDF3D files);
- modifying existing documentation, as well as converting 2D drawings to 3D models;
- 2D technical drawings for any purpose;
- converting documentation from the paper version to DXF, DWG, PDF or other formats;
- drawing kinematic and circuit diagrams;
- drawing process diagrams and simulation of electric, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of the device, using the FluidSIM program.