3D CAD modeling has changed the way people design; for better. The time when designers worked with an actual pencil, ink, and paper is almost behind us.
In the 20th century, 3D CAD had become a high standard in the design process, especially in the manufacturing and engineering industries.
Today, to manufacturing processes, 3D computer-aided design (CAD) files are an integral piece of business. Functional and aesthetically attractive designs can be achieved thanks to accuracy, ease, and the speed of 3D design and modeling.
Engineers and designers have saved a lot of time and effort by using computer-based design compared to traditional drafting that is time-consuming and requires a lot of tools and physical working space.
Also, 3D CAD modeling can make the entire process of documentation easier, which is an important step while producing designs. It can contain any design work like geometries, the bill of material (BOM), material specifications, product dimensions, etc., and in only one click, CAD software can provide it.
The positive impact of 3D CAD modeling can be seen in both stages, design, and production. Quality of the design and also the end product can be improved using it.
An important thing to say is that through simulation and analysis, errors are discovered and addressed more easily. Furthermore, simplified and well-thought-out designs allow more efficient and planned use of raw materials, which is helpful in reducing wastage during fabrication.
For every company, collaboration among individuals and teams involved in the production and design is incredibly important. With the computer-based design, it can be hugely enhanced. Miscommunication often leads to rework, which results in spending more time on the same project.
Automated systems, such as CAM, integrated with the manufacturing process, should easily resolve it.
3D CAD modeling has brought massive improvements and efficiencies in manufacturing, engineering, construction, and architecture. For instance, in the engineering industry, it can be used to create 3D models of machine or electronic parts, in the architectural and construction industry to create 3D models of interiors and buildings.
Also, in manufacturing, companies can design product prototypes and adjust them continually in the virtual world, avoiding the process of actually creating them and then altering them if needed. 3D modeling has massively changed the way architects and builders work.
Its technology enables them to see how a building or project looks like on the screen without laying a single brick. Costly alterations in the middle of the project are not necessary anymore, which can result in huge savings in time and money.
Interior decorators can also plan optimum indoor spaces by using 3D modeling.
It is clear that the trend leans towards 3D CAD modeling when compared to 2D modeling. Helioz Technologies takes pride in keeping current with this amazing technology. Our professional team of engineers is well trained and can handle any type of designing requirement using 3D CAD, so feel free to contact us!