Solveering™ Design Services
There is evermore a need to create 3D models, 2D drawings, sketches, renderings and other forms of visualizations. A CAD model takes the
parts attributes into consideration and provides a virtual visualization of that part. Various attributes can be computed from the model
such as mass, volume or surface area.
Solveering™ LLC designs a number of different components and assemblies for our clients and pride ourselves in taking on new items and
working with clients to meet both their requirements and design intent. Unlike freelance designers, we consider what your goal is and do not
just provide the specific results you asked for but consult with you on a diverse set of parameters ranging from material selection to
possible simulation and analysis tools to prototyping and mass production methods.
We Work With Our Clients
In order to supply you with a design that meets your expectations, we will discuss any items that we need in order to provide you with a quotation
then start the design process by investigating existing designs, requirements and applicable manufacturing possibilities. Once we have sufficient
information, we will put together any details for discussion. With 3D CAD design, a frequent issue is that it is difficult to see what the
final product will look like from a picture. In those instances, we will provide a 3D PDF file (which can be opened with the common Adobe
Acrobat Reader®) so that you can look at the part(s), rotate and zoom to satisfy your curiosity. Alternatively, we also frequently use GrabCAD workbench
(the non-public environment) to share invidiual parts and models where you can review items, see previous/current versions and perform other functions.
Your Designs Are Your Designs
Once the design has been decided on, we can produce Drawings/Blueprints that you can take to a manufacturer, export to common CAD formats for
further processing or we can get in touch with manufacturers for you to get quotes for mass production or even do some production and
prototyping in-house. In any case, once a design is completed, you own the full rights and will have a set of files that can be used in the
future to make additional changes or take the design to the next step. See our Prototyping page for options on how we could generate a physical
part from the models or drawings.