Millwork Drafting Solutions

Good working knowledge of woodworking details and methodologies can help engineer a variety of millwork products. BluEntCAD helps millwork companies optimize their processes by providing resources who can help with pre-engineering and submittal drawings.

We offer multiple millwork solutions under the same umbrella that include 2d shop drawings as well as 3D modeling and provide support for the entire millwork engineering process. BluEntCAD’s clients include millwork manufacturing companies and cabinet manufacturers working on commercial, residential and government projects. Comprehensive training is provided to drafting resources who gain knowledge and experience of AWI standards.

Dedicated millwork resources can be provided through our studio and retainer models. Retainers are available in both monthly and quarterly options. Setting up the correct team structure and scheduling kick-off calls are important to the studio or retainer. Weekly reports are also provided by BluEntCAD as part of this business model. A good mix of engineers and drafters is essential for a successful team that helps with millwork drafting and modeling.

BluEntCAD can provide drafting solutions to small and large millwork manufacturers for both custom and casework items. Teams for large millwork shops may start from two to three resources or may be in the range of ten to twenty drafters. The process for estimation and scheduling is streamlined at our offices which helps provide quick turnaround times, something that is quite important in the current industry. Initial requests for estimation and pricing can be completed within 48 to 72 hours. Get in touch with our experts to know more about Millwork SolutionsE-mail: cad@bluentcad.com US: +1 (832) 476 8459 Canada: +1 (647) 478 5230

Please contact us to discuss and set up your millwork drafting studio.

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