2D drawings can be a bit of a handful to work with. When you have multiple 2D drawings of the same product, all of the planes can be stacked on top of one another. This makes it very difficult to create accurate 2D drawings, which is a real pain when you’re trying to show off the key features of the part you’re trying to build.
Today, 90% of manufacturing companies still use 2D drawings as the main reference point for dimensions, tolerances and annotations. Yet when design changes need to be made to the 2D drawing and the parts list, these datasets may go out of sync with each other leading to costly delays in product development. …
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