If a working is going on with machinery that requires hundreds or thousands of parts, it might take weeks or even months to draw them from scratch. Here AutoCAD Mechanical software can be helpful . It has a comprehensive set of parts and features that you can choose for your designs. The software supports several manufactured parts such as Nuts, Screws, Washers, Rivets, Pins, Plugs, Bushings, Bearings, Structural Steel Shapes, Shaft Components, Keyways, Undercuts, Thread Ends and many more.Powerful and Quick Dimensions:
With the use of simplified tools we can generate dimensions to easily control and expand only important variables for manufacturing. With automatic dimensioning, we can generate several dimensions with less input and force overlapping dimensions to automatically place themselves apart properly and even drive and adjust design geometry to fix in certain sizes.
Incorporation for International Drafting Standards:
AutoCAD supports BSI, ANSI, DIN, CSN, GB, ISO and GOST drafting platforms. Compliance with industry standards improves internal communication and results in reliable production outputs. The software comes with specific drafting tools for generating standards Industry based geometric dimensions, surface texture symbols, mechanical symbols and weld symbols. A AutoCAD firm can increase their productivity manifold and help their team deliver up-to-date, standards-based design documentation. to their clients in a dynamic and technically equipped way .
U across all drawings:
AutoCAD automatically redraw geometry to illustrate dashes and hidden lines of parts that are blocked by other parts in mechanical design. The hidden lines feature automatically updates all relevant drawings when a change occur, practically removing lengthy manual redrawing of geometry due to repeat changes. This means you save time and efforts revising your 2D designs.
Easy Data Swapping over Different CAD Systems:
AutoCAD Mechanical suite comes with in-built industry-standard STEP (Standard for the Exchange of Product Data) and IGES (Initial Graphics Exchange Specification) formats for exchanging data between different CAD systems.