Surfacing Computer Aided Design (CAD) models is a niche skill in the design world, necessary for many a project, but can sometimes be more of an art than a science. Having created hundreds of surfaces that have gone to manufacture, for everything from cars and planes to a poodle with tennis balls placed over it for a Wimbledon promotion (yes really), the experience is provable. Solidworks Advanced Surfacing Specialist examination passed.
When you have done a lot of surfacing, it is apparent that there is no defined route to a solution. Do you need a class A surface or will a quick and dirty surface suffice? Is the program you are using ideally suited to the task in hand? What data is the starting point? 3D Engineers can steer you through this maze and create a surface that meets your needs in the most effective way. To do this, we deploy three major programs, macros we have had developed and many, many plugins that solve specific design problems. It is not unusual to swop between three programs on a minute by minute basis to achieve a given objective or goal. Most competing businesses operate a one skill per staff member approach that requires moving work between different people leading to inefficiencies.
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