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Industrial Engineering Design

Professional Outsourced Industrial Engineering Design Services

Outsourcing your industrial engineering design project can be a gamble that truly pays off. The only risky part is trying to find the right outsourced company that you can trust. With CAD/CAM Services, we take all the risk off the table. Our experienced team of engineers and draftsmen have provided professionally outsourced industrial engineering designs for over 35 years.

We’ve worked with huge companies like Boeing, the US Air Force, and Amazon to deliver industrial engineering designs. With this history of success, you can rest assured that our team will provide CAD Perfect® designs for you too.

Choose us if you want to save time, save money, and avoid all the stress and headaches that typically go into industrial designs. We can design a small bracket for you, an entirely new piece of industrial equipment, and everything in between.

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What Are Industrial Engineering Design Services?

Our industrial engineering design services involve taking your ideas and making them into manufacturable parts. These designs revolve around any part of your industrial application — whether you’re a plastics company, a recycling center, or a large automotive company, we can help you design your industrial parts, equipment, and assemblies.

Industrial parts need to be engineered to withstand the stresses and temperatures of your application. These are largely one-off designs, as opposed to consumer products that need to be mass produced.

Industrial engineering is a more nuanced category of engineering, and you probably know that by now. It involves a combination of expertise, and usually includes a few subject matter experts (SMEs) to finish the design.

At CAD/CAM Services, we have all of the expertise and SMEs under one roof. We will interface directly with your team, and do all of the heavy lifting when it comes to engineering, design, and prototype-ready parts.

Why Industrial Engineering Design Services Matters

Your industrial engineering projects are probably under significant cost and timeline pressure. Stakeholders want the parts delivered yesterday, and they don’t want to spend a dime over the estimated project cost. This puts you in a tough spot.

If you choose an outsourced engineering team that doesn’t have direct experience with industrial applications, you might have some bad news to share with your stakeholders. These companies often waste time and money, and they are happy to add more stress to your plate.

At CAD/CAM Services, we never want this to happen. We want to keep you headache-free during the entire design process. That’s the main reason why we developed our robust line of industrial engineering design services. Our team has the experience, expertise, attention to detail, and commitment to quality that you need.

We will help you deliver each project early and under budget. Whether you need a single bracket designed or a dozen different hot water heaters, our team can handle it.

Benefits of Industrial Engineering Design Services from CAD/CAM Services

When you choose CAD/CAM Services for your next industrial project, you’ll quickly notice the differences. With us, there are too many benefits to count:

Faster turnarounds.

We have over 100 engineers who work on staggered shifts to provide 24 hours of engineering progress every day. The result? Way faster turnaround times. Comparatively, we can deliver parts more than three times faster than a typical office of engineers working 8-hour days.

Commitment to quality and project completion.

Our main goal is to deliver exactly what you’re looking for. We want to exceed your expectations. Throughout our company, our people focus on quality and project completion, which is great news for you.

A huge team of engineers and draftsmen.

With over 100 engineers and draftsmen at CAD/CAM Services, you can unlock way more engineering power. We have experts from across industries and applications, and senior engineers who might have experience working on the exact part you need to be designed.

Leverage our experts.

Expertise is synonymous with CAD/CAM Services. When you choose us, you choose experts who know a ton about your industry. All of our CAD experts are here to help you.

A rich history of successful projects.

Among our engineers, we’ve made millions of drawings across our 35+ years in business. When you talk about numbers these big, and success this expansive, it’s hard to deny the fact that CAD/CAM Services consistently delivers CAD Perfect® results.

What Goes into Industrial Engineering Design Services from CAD/CAM Services?

Our industrial engineering design services revolve around your needs. Our initial consultation is all about understanding what you do, what you have, what you need, and explaining how we can help.

Many businesses hire us to do the full engineering and design for a new product or upgrade of an existing product. For instance, designing a larger motor mount and tie-in to existing equipment. Alternatively, you can have us design custom parts that will fit into your existing operation.

Our services are comprehensive, and you can tailor our services to what you need.

With any of our industrial engineering projects, we assign a specific Project Manager who will act as your point of contact. Depending on the size of the project, we’ll assign any number of engineers to help by providing around-the-clock progress.

The final product is typically a 3D CAD model or assembly that gets digitally sent to you via a DoD-trusted filesharing website. If you would like a revision or any changes to the design, just let us know.

Our Industrial Engineering Design Services Include:

2D and 3D CAD Modeling

Engineering Simulations, Like FEA

Reverse Engineering and 3D Scanning

3D Printing

Design for Manufacturing (DFM)

Engineering, Designing, and Prototyping

Generating 2D Manufacturing Drawings

And Much More (Including Custom Services)

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More About Industrial Engineering Design Services

We’ve worked with many Fortune 500 companies, and many massive businesses. They trusted CAD/CAM Services, and you can too. We have an extensive track record when it comes to industrial designs for engineering applications.

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Our industrial engineering design services are among our most popular offerings. Many big companies choose us because we have a huge team that’s dedicated to quality, turnaround times, and taking work off your plate. Get your own CAD Perfect® drawings today — get a free quote.

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FAQ's

3D Modeling FAQs
How do you bill 3D CAD services tasks?

Per hour. Hourly rate depends on what CAD software used and typically starts at $75 per hour.  In general, to make this process safer for you, we often provide you a fixed not to exceed the cost as well.  That way, you are protected from an open-ended PO. However, the reality is our fees are based on time. In addition, services in say Catia or NX are more expensive than say Solidworks. Or, simulation services are commonly done by real engineers.

What do you need to give me accurate pricing?

First of all, we need to know the target CAD system and whether you have an existing  template, or set of CAD standards for this project.

The main question is the overall complexity. As each part and assembly consists of different features and elements the best way is to provide us with an example.  Again, a picture is worth a thousand words.

If you already have a model and need us to improve it or update it in any way we need to know which dimensions and features are critical and which can be modified to achieve your desired result.  Even a before and after example works very well. We started with x, and got to this CAD file.

We can also offer you better options if you provide us with the purpose of your project (demonstration, 3D printing, FEA Simulation, CNC manufacturing, etc.).  This helps us better refine the task.

How do you check your models?

We create 2D drawings from our 3D models for QC purposes. We follow aerospace standards and deliver ±.005” accuracy models for all projects.  All of our QC is done by a different person than the designer. On Catia work, we often use Q-Checker for Airbus.

What is the minimum price for your 3D modeling services?

We have a minimum order fee $150.

Engineering FAQs
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General CAD Questions
How do I send a sample, in order to get a quote?

Fill out our quote form, attach your files, or simply send us an email. Tell everything about your project, like the model purpose.

For smaller files < 15 MB you can simply email them to us.  For something larger, just drop them in any number of drop boxes like Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive and others.  Or if you would like, just contact us for a private, hardened link.

It is fine to use most any time of compression such as  *.zip, *.rar, *.tar, *.7z, *.arc, *.LBR, and even *.iso images.

A direct email is [email protected]

We also use a hardened OwnCloud web file sharing platform for unlimited file transfers. We provide unique and very private Web Storage Portals, this also supports file syncing for extreme convenience for you. Because so much of our work is DOD or weapons design work, Security – and confidentiality is very important to us.

Will CAD / CAM Services Sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)?

Yes. NDAs are a common part of our business. All data is yours – not ours, and treated as proprietary data and not for public consumption or use. Probably 70% of our work is under NDA agreements. We can generally get these signed within the day.

What is the estimated delivery time?

It depends on the scope of work:

  • 2D drawings – small quantity, normally 48 hours.  We have several customers where they contract to us, keeping 4-8 drafters busy full time.
  • 3D models – complexity dependent, but smaller jobs in 2-3 days. Some models we have spent months on.  Again, we have several customers where they contract to us, keeping 6-10 3D CAD designers busy full time.

Simple jobs have a lead time of 48 hours. Larger projects are delivered and invoiced weekly.

Did you really own the trademark Cad Perfect™, Cad Perfect CAD Conversions™ and Cad / Cam Services™?

Yes, we did back in 2008. We started using Cad Perfect™ back in the early 1990s because all of our customers wanted only real Cad Perfect™ work. Back then the buzz words were terms like machine ready, or DXF Traceover and others.

The problem is, nobody wanted that. They all wanted drawings and models that they did not have to touch. Everybody wanted drawings just as if they hand redrew the work themselves.

Thus, Cad / Cam Services™ was the first company to start offering ONLY Cad Perfect™ work.

Do you support the PPD-21 Directive?

Yes we do, and have now for several years. In addition, we also support the industry specific plans as well.

Reverse Engineering FAQs
What is the average price for Reverse Engineering?

It all depends on the part’s complexity, size and structure.

What do you guys need to provide me with accurate pricing?

We need to know whether you need your parts to be scanned by us. Or many times we can work with 3D scans provided by third-party companies.  The quality of the scan is everything in our business. Anyway, we strongly advise you to use us for both the scanning and the CAD conversion aspects.  That way, we can control the quality. Sometimes we receive poor quality scans which make it impossible to create truly Cad Perfect™ models for you.  By all means, send us a couple of even cell phone photos, and the rough size of the object.  Most of the time, this will provide us enough information to provide a real bid.

The price depends on the part complexity, size, as well as the target file parametres. We need to know whether you need full parametric models, and your desired accuracy. If you tell us the purpose of reverse-engineered models, we can often provide you with possible solutions. The target CAD software may change the price as well. This includes sophisticated Workstation add-on products such as Composites, Catia electrical wiring, mold design, and others.

What is the quality of reverse-engineered parts?

We can provide ±.005” aerospace quality for every model. CT scanned parts can have even higher precision up to ±.001”.

Finite Element Analysis and Engineering Simulation FAQs
What is the purpose of FEA?

A Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a form of non-destructive testing (NDT) that shows how your part reacts to real-world loading events. A common example is running an FEA on a support bracket. The FEA will give results showing how much the bracket deflects, how much reactive force is seen, and the kind of internal stresses the bracket experiences.

FEA results will change dramatically based on the position and angle of the load, how much force is applied, the material properties of the part, and the design of the part itself.

An FEA is used to optimize a part before manufacturing begins. It allows you to find weak points within your part or assembly, and it will predict a failure before you physically make anything. This gives you an opportunity to fine-tune each part to optimize its size, strength, and cost before you start producing it.

What do you need to make an accurate simulation?

The more information we have, the more accurate the simulation results will be. It also depends on what type of simulation you want to run. For a simple FEA, we can run an accurate simulation with just a 3D CAD model and loading/force/pressure information that you want to simulate.

Don’t have a 3D model? Not a problem, our team can make one for you from scratch, and then run an FEA on it.

For a more detailed answer, a well-run FEA will need:

Material properties: What material is the part made out of? We can run different FEAs with different materials to help you pick the right one.

Loading conditions: The size, location, and type of load you want to simulate.

Bonding condition: How is the part held in place? Is it bolted, welded, or just sitting on a tabletop?

A 3D model

For other simulations: Please provide us with all thermal, dynamic, aero, and/or fluid flow information. Feel free to call us and we’ll walk you through what we need.