To create layouts of future products, Metal Processing specialists use “CAD” (computer-aided design software package).


CAD software uses vector graphics to represent traditional drawing objects, or it can also create raster graphics that display the general appearance of objects being designed. However, this includes more than just template forms.

CAD can be used to design curves and figures in two-dimensional (2D) space; or curves, surfaces, and solids in three-dimensional (3D) space.

When developing new projects and preparing drawings, we prefer three types of CAD: SolidWorks, Compass, AutoCAD.

The main goal of introducing and using CAD in Metal Processing was to minimize the risk of making errors in the manufacture of products.

Preliminary simulation of the future product allows you to evaluate and check the possible difficulties of its production in advance, as well as visually analyze the assembly technology and other nuances, which will allow you to make the most competent technological decisions.


All the positive aspects of 3D-simulation services include the transparency of project implementation for the customer. Any of our partners has the right to receive detailed information about their product, study the future creation with the help of layouts and drawings, and also note their wishes.

Thanks to CAD and skilled designers, Metal Processing products meet world quality standards.