This shows our typical design work for a customer. We put it into three views as you can see, a side, top and front view of the machine. This is so you can see the machine from several angles so that the customer has some idea on the size with the conveyor system in place if we know the specification of the conveyor.
If the customer then would like to see a further detailed drawing of their machine, we would do what we call an Isometric drawing with will give them an even better understanding and view of the machine.
There are a few images below to show some Isometric drawing work.
This drawing shows how we can design our machines to a specification that suits the needs of the customer. This was a project for a company in Canada and as you can see it doesn't look like our standard machines. We draw the machine frames like this without any parts on so that the company that make our framework can see where all the holes and joints in the framework are.
We start to add detail onto the machine drawing once we get further into the project.
This is what we call an Auto-Bake line. If the customer has, or is getting an Auto-Bake line installed, then we can design the machine around the conveyor system ready to be installed. We can also design our machines around other existing conveyor lines and we also supple conveyor with our machines if that is necessary.
As you can see, this gives a lot more detail than the drawings above. This would be either added onto an existing drawing or sent out to the customer as a separate drawing in a new drawing block. This is done so that the customer can get a fair idea on the size of the machines in comparison to the conveyor system, in this case, an Auto-Bake line.