We are a small company based in Katikati, situated in the Western Bay of Plenty and have been in operation for many years servicing the design needs of New Zealand businesses. We cover all areas of research and development in product design and industrial expertise.
If you are looking for CAD drawings, 3D hybrid surface and solid modeling, tool design or even assembly animation we can do it all combined with an excellent hassle free service. Give us a call today to discuss your needs and see how we can help your company enhance your productivity and performance.
Feel free to browse our website and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in contact, we would love to work with you.
- CAD Drawings
- 3D Modeling
- Assembly Animation
- Tool Design
- Sheet Metal Design
- Product Design
- CAD/CAM programming
This ensures that drawings are an exact representation of the finished product allowing better visualisation and analysis before the manufacturing process starts.
We are able to animate a design to show its function, assembly and how it fits in relation to other products.
Animation is a powerful tool to help communicate ideas and designs to technical and non technical people giving a visual simulation of a real world product or process.
Tool design is planning how to build a tool to produce mass quantities of a product.
This may be in the field of Plastic moulding, press stamping, die casting or production automation. This involves a number of steps in relation to the customers needs and we can design a tool that has multiple cavities for large product volume requirements or you can have multiable products designed into one tool.
There are low volume product requirements so cheaper tools can be designed
Our sheet metal design software will then take your product through the process of bending allowances and generate a flat patten which in turn gives you the size for the finished product and a tool is then designed.
Cjcad services can help you visualize your ideas by creating drawings using a CAD system that will give you a visual 3D representation.
This 3D CAD model then can be 3D printed to give you a physical product in your hand.
You may make changes along the way until all design, visual issues and costs are addressed and you are happy with the end result.