Let me loose with a camera and a notepad, along with your design
requirements, and you'll get fully-detailed drawings for manufacturing
and installation purposes, whether it's mechanical, structural,
automotive, marine, machine tools, aerospace........etc. High-end
surfacing a specialty (castings, plastic moldings, sheet metal) for
parts that require NC-machining, like tooling dies. With my good
knowledge of GD&T, designing in Pro/ENGINEER will ensure that
components fit together well the first time (always assuming that
they're made right!). Motion can be simulated for assembly mechanisms,
proving adequate clearances and highlighting any interferences.
2D manufacturing drawings and 3D models from your hand-drawn drawings,
sketches, photos, real parts, verbal descriptions....in fact, from
anything. Working primarily in Pro/ENGINEER, the output can be in a
variety of formats, such as Autocad. Conversions from legacy drawings
(hand-drawn & 2D drawings) a specialty - time to get those pencil
drawings archived (or thrown out)?
Parts / Service Manual
The 3D models I make can quite easily be reused to create assembly
instruction sheets showing the assembly process step by step, or for
Parts and Service manuals, along with any required technical writing.
These can be in printed format, or as animations for CD or web browser
use. Or, if you prefer, I can create illustrations the old-fashioned
way, with pencil and paper.