Computer Aided Design (CAD) FAQs
Where do we start?
- Sketch / Paper Drawings / Reference Drawings
- Local Libraries
- Required Turnaround time
What format can the drawings be sent in?
The files can be sent in any graphics format like TIFF, JPEG or PDF. Paper drawings can be couriered to our office. AutoCAD drawings may be emailed to us for 3D modeling and animation.
What drawing standards are followed?
We follow the standards you set. We can also use default standards such as the AIA guidelines.
How do we communicate?
Communication can be done by email, phone, fax, or online chat. We can also set up an FTP Transfer for our clients.
In what resolution can the paper drawings be scanned?
The paper drawings can be scanned starting from 150 DPI – 200 DPI, and the most important part is the clarity of the information to be sent.
Can drawings be sent through fax?
You can fax your drawings to us, though it may lead to a loss of quality and information.
What kind of turnaround time can be expected?
The turnaround time depends on the project and the output required. We can work with short deadlines if needed.
Do you spell-check the drawings?
Yes, we are inclined to maintain the quality of the drawings. We may, however, need a glossary or interpretation of architectural terminology if the language used is not English.
How do you ensure the security of data?
Regarding projects, we do not disclose any computer and/or paper data generated by us or sent to us.
How can you send heavy data files?
We have fast internet services and can transfer a large amount of data through the Internet. Also, we can burn a CD and post it to you as per your convenience.
Are these services permissible under the law?
Yes. These Net-Enabled services are covered under the WTO agreement and are signed by more than 110 countries.
If you have any queries, please contact us!