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PART & ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS

Sterling Innovations is well experienced at creating all sorts of technical documents such as: CAD drawings, “spec sheets”, catalog pages, installation sheets, assembly instructions, 3D Models, Manufacturing Drawings, photometric-analysis-based product performance comparisons, and more.
Ideal plans for designing, reverse engineering, manufacturing, constructing, and building a product or assembly, should include a combination of individual dimensioned part drawings, part and component locations within the assembly, individual part identification call-outs and counts (BOM), construction information, virtual 3D models, and more.

Having detailed drawings of products is important for several purposes, including:


Designing new and refining existing products

Sourcing new/alternate factories to build your custom parts and assemblies

Using an existing product's construction concepts as a guide in forming the basis for a new off-shoot or a variation on the existing product

Organizing the component parts and creating a BOM (bill of material) to pin down and list all of the parts and the details which comprise each assembly
 

As product assembly and/or maintenance instructions for your assemblers or customers

Products can more easily be controlled, refined, and improved upon with good documentation drawings and version control
 

An assurance that should key individuals leave your employ that your product construction details and refinements will not be lost

Copies, based on similar 3D models, can also be reapplied for additional purposes, such as catalog/cut sheets, UL/ETL listings, installation instructions, shop drawings, manufacturing templates, and more

Accurate parts drawings can be used as a basis for programming CNC manufacturing equipment or 3D printers for part manufacturing

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