What CAD software do you use for assembly modelling?

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Assembly modelling is the process of creating a 3D model of an assembly. It uses the same basic CAD software as traditional modelling but has specific functions.

Assembly modelling is the process of creating a 3D model of an assembly. It uses the same basic CAD software as traditional modelling but has specific functions.Assembly modelling is the process of creating a 3D model of an assembly. It uses the same basic CAD software as traditional modelling but has specific functions.

We ensure that the parts designed fit easily with other parts in your assembly. We verify proper tolerance and clearance levels throughout the entire production process and ensure that the components articulate without interference.


Assembly modelling is the process of creating a 3D model of an assembly. It uses the same basic CAD software as traditional modelling but has specific functions to allow for easier assembly design.


Assembly modelling differs from traditional modelling in that the assembly is designed as a whole, rather than as individual components so that the designer is able to easily check for interferences and make changes to the model before a prototype is even built.

Software we use:

  • SolidWorks,
  • AutoCAD Mechanical
  • Inventor Pro
  • Solid Edge
  • Creo Parametric
  • Pro/Engineer
  • Catia, and  
  • NX.


If there’s a particular software that you need us to use that’s not listed, just let us know.

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