Top techniques for creating production-ready CAD drawings


To create a drawing, you no longer have to spend hours at a drafting table with your drawing pencils, triangles, scales, French curves, compasses, dividers, and erasers. Although those tools have gone by the wayside, the techniques that guided manual drawings should not.

Regardless of your engineering discipline – mechanical, architectural, welding, molding, casting, structural, civil – drawings have a common purpose: to convey information on how a part, structure or assembly is to be produced. In order to enable production, you must have clear, precise drawings that are easy to interpret. In layman’s terms, drafting standards still matter.

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  • Focus on clarity, precision and accuracy
  • Spend time on your templates
  • Create personalized tables and callouts
  • Model with drawings in mind

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