Specialists of the Itorum Company create three-dimensional models (3D models) using drawings, sketches, specifications and physical prototypes of products (reverse engineering) submitted by customers.
3D models provide unprecedented level of interaction of specialists and significantly improve labor efficiency at all stages of product development.
3D design development reduces greatly the period required for turning an idea or a concept into a physical product, improves efficiency and quality of development, and reduces costs.
The main advantages of using 3D models are:
- modeling parts in 3D space allows the designer to operate a part or an assembly unit as a whole, and not just their standalone projections, which excludes errors at the subsequent assembly of the product;
- reduction of costs for development of a product due to reduction or exclusion of physical prototypes and the opportunity to carry out any calculations, including strength and modal analysis, calculation of dynamic characteristics, etc.
- automation of development processes;
- opportunity to represent the prototype to a prospective customer in the form of realistic 3D models, illustrations and animations, developed based on a model;
- demonstration of principles and processes of product operation;
- opportunity to evaluate the ergonomic and technological effectiveness of assembly/disassembly and mounting/dismantling operations;
- opportunity of 3D data migration between different modeling modes and applications without loosing the design concept.
Why should 3D models be developed by professionals?
Specialists of the Itorum Company are experienced design engineers who permanently improve their qualification.
The knowledge and professional skills that they have allow us to provide the whole package of works at creating production 3D models, particularly:
- verification and corrective actions with respect to design documentation; elimination of revealed discrepancies;
- building logically correct structure of products in compliance with the design specification for facilitation of handling the 3D model during the process of its production preparation;
- creating the most relevant 3D model, which contains all data on the product, including deviations of dimensions, allowances of the shape and position of surfaces, allowances for machining, roughness parameters, pattern tapers;
- reconstruction of the structure of building elements of each part for 3D models, which are to be used in CAD systems of enterprises; providing affixments with the purpose of ensuring stable and predictable behavior of parts’ geometry at further corrective actions.
3D models are developed using such CAD systems as:
- Creo Elements/Pro (Pro/ENGINEER);
Examples of developed 3D models are available under the link.
If along with creation of a model you also need to modify it or develop a new design, we suggest that you should visit the Product Design Development section.