Construction design and production drawings, sometimes called working drawings, are complete sets of drawings that describe in detail the manufacture and assembly of the product. Our employees on the production line and machines, as well as supervision, use production drawings. Engineers also use orthographic or pictorial representations called “work cases” to visualize their ideas. These preliminary drawings are used as a basis for component and assembly drawings. Production drawings are data created by the design team for use by the construction or production team, the main purpose of which is to define the size, shape, location, and manufacture of the structure or component.
The specifics of materials and components are usually found in the title section of the drawing. As a rule, assemblies (or the main assembly of components) are shown, and production drawings can specify where each assembled component will be built. Production drawings also record the number of parts that are required to assemble a particular unit and can be an integral part of the documentation required to authorize the production of the described item.
An engineering drawing is a type of technical drawing used to fully and clearly define the requirements for designed items. More than just drawing pictures, it is also a language - a graphic language that conveys ideas and information from one participant to another in a certain project.