CAD/CAM Drawings

CAD/CAM Drawings from A & J Electronics Corp

By: A & J Electronics Corp  06/11/2015
Keywords: 3D Modeling, Computer Aided Design, Cad Drawings

Whether generated in house, or your design, digital drawings, and surface models allow us to generate tool code directly from your geometry (step translation recommended). Full 3D modeling allows extensive analysis of machinery (when 2D becomes inadequate). All numeric machine code is post-processor generated which is less costly and error free. The most successful equipment we have built has been that which we ourselves designed to our customers’ requirements. Disciplines include stamping, insert molding, extruding, deep vacuum, high temperature applications, vibratory feeders, structural design, pneumatics, hydraulics, or whatever else it takes to resolve your needs. Typically, nothing is done outside for both reliability, and security.

Keywords: 3D Modeling, 3D Rendering, CAD drafting, Cad Drawings, Cad Services, CAM drawing, Computer Aided Design, Digital Drawing,

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