Engineering drawings fully define the requirements to fabricate a part or build an assembly. They communicate design intent from the engineer to the fabricator using an established graphic language. Additionally, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) employs concise symbols and tolerances to further enhance part definition where applicable. Properly applied GD&T can reduce part cost while retaining the same functionality. AMD has over 20 years experience implementing and checking GD&T.
Engineering drawings are how parts get from the digital world (drawing board) to the real world. Primarily engineering drawings contain dimensions and tolerances. AMD has extensive experience with this critical tolerance balance of achieving low part cost while ensuring proper performance.
Protection for you and your design
An engineering drawing is also a legal contract between you, the design owner, and the fabricator. An accurate drawing ensures you get consistent parts that will assemble and function properly. Non-compliant parts can be rejected and sent back to the fabricator to be reworked into compliance or replaced. Also, by having an engineering drawing, you are able to easily get quotes from new suppliers to shop for a more competitive price. Let AMD handle the creation and revisions of your engineering documentation and be confident that you are in good hands.