Production drawing: SKT, your partner during the elaboration of your production drawings

Most Frequently Asked Questions

Production drawings are detailed engineering drawings that indicate the specifications of a product and are required for its production.

Production drawings are often created by technical draftsmen, engineers or designers with expertise in translating designs into technical specifications for production.

Production drawings contain detailed information such as dimensions, materials, tolerances, specifications, and instructions needed to manufacture the product.

Various Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software such as AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and CATIA are often used to create production drawings.

The goal is to provide a clear and precise set of instructions to the manufacturer so that the product can be produced according to specifications.

Manufacturers use production drawings to guide the manufacturing process, serving as a reference for producing each part of the product.

Yes, production drawings are often designed with efficient mass production in mind, where repeatability and accuracy are critical.

Design changes require production drawings to be updated using the CAD software, and the updated version is then provided to the manufacturer.

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) symbols are used to indicate tolerances and dimensional deviations on production drawings.

Yes, there are international standards such as ISO 128 for technical drawings and other industry-specific standards that provide guidelines for creating production drawings.


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