Engineering Drafting remains one of the most basic functions of CAD as a means to present a design in a standardised drawing layout for the purposes of communicating it to prototype or manufacture. The tools and processes we have in place to support this activity include all the conventional drawing techniques with orthographic and isometric views, sections and dimensions, but extend to Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Exploded views, Assembly Sequencing and Parts List management.
Knowledge of manufacturing techniques and processes feeds into the way that we express complex designs as simply and effectively as possible reflecting the use of CAD data that we supply for uses involving CAM and NC machining. In many cases time that goes into creating a 3D CAD model saves on exhaustively detailing each and every geometrical feature on a drawing. So the content we need to document can be reduced to specifications and critical tolerances.
Samples above in PDF format illustrate the use of detail and assembly drawings to document your product and provide that much needed interface to the manufacturing process.