Drafting and 3D Cutting Plans
BCI has teams of talented draftsmen in Vietnam and China who take conceptual work, either hand-drawn or in 2D PDF files, and convert them to detailed 3D renderings, or item-by-item component drawings used for shop floor cutting, build-up, and assembly plans.
BCI’S SCOPE OF ACTIVITY INCLUDED
TORQUE TUBE AND DUSTPAN
A prominent mining company contacted BCI and revealed 2D PDF drawings of iron ore induration machines which their own building teams were struggling with.
BCI’s drafting team turned those drawings into 3D renderings, allowing designers and builders alike to look for any computational errors in the original drawings, and to see the items in a ‘real world’ way. With an approved 3D rendering, BCI’s drafting team then broke down the drawings into cutting plans (turning each individual piece of steel into a drawing of its own so that it can be uploaded into a CNC cutting machine for the shaping of sheet steel). With these renderings, BCI was able to fabricate the complex parts quickly and accurately.