Engineering Design (CAD / CAM)

We provide engineering design and drafting services in the areas of mechanical and electrical engineering. An amalgamation of advanced designing tools & competent team enables us to deliver varied CAD services to our discerning clients across the globe.

We have been delivering the outsourcing services for customers in the area of mechanical and electrical engineering using software such as Solidworks for several years. Wyest has developed deep skills in the areas of direct management of Solidworks PDM, Solidworks. 2D modeling using AutoCAD.

3D Solid Modeling Services
We offer quality 3D solid modeling services to our customers. These can be segregated in two divisions. Our 3D solid modeling services are widely appreciated in complex high-precision machine design using Solidworks / PDM software.
Conversion of AutoCAD 2-D drawings to Solidworks Models/Drawings
We can quickly convert the 2-D drawings that you may have from legacy and convert them into 3D models using CAD software of choice and develop documentation that is up-to date.
Wyest can setup a team of engineers who can work on a day-to-day basis with your manufacturing or design teams allowing them to get lot of documentation produced such as redline mark-ups, converting any acquired business documentation to your company standards or metric conversions and so forth. We can reverse engineer the photos and create appropriate manufacturing documentation. We know what it takes to setup proper sharing of the resources between global offices to achieve the level of production that is unseen.

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Originally software for Computer-Aided Design systems was developed with computer languages such as Fortran, but with the advancement of object-oriented programming methods this has radically changed.

nexpected capabilities of these associative relationships have led to a new form of prototyping called digital prototyping. In contrast to physical prototypes, which entail manufacturing time in the design. That said, CAD models can be generated by a computer after the physical prototype has been scanned using an industrial CT scanning machine. Depending on the nature of the business, digital or physical prototypes can be initially chosen according to specific needs.
Today, CAD systems exist for all the major platforms (Windows, Linux, UNIX and Mac OS X); some packages even support multiple platforms.