Chances are you probably haven't given much thought to how the shop of your cabinet manufacturer is laid out, but you should.
It's a debate that many in the technical fields of engineering, architecture and construction have been having for decades - which is better: hand-drawn or computer-generated plans?
At Diversified Fixture, we believe hand sketches are a great place to start as we're quickly drafting the project or taking measurements, but AutoCAD has significantly changed the way drafting is done nowadays, and thus all of our drafting is done via computer. Manual drafting is tedious, exacting, and extremely time consuming -- especially in stages of the project where many changes are being made. CAD (Computer Aided Design) on the other hand allows for easy changes, layers and very accurate dimensioning making CAD drawing extremely efficient. Additionally, CAD drawings are able to be imported to programs that allow our customers to view the drawing in 3-D, providing an accurate visualization of the finished project.
Check out some of these computer renderings of former projects drawn by our talented draftsman, Bryan Sewell.
The following infographic was created by USC Rossier Online, the online master of arts in teaching degree offered through the Rossier School of Education at University of Southern California, to help teachers, parents and school administrators understand the power of brain-friendly learning environments.
Diversified Fixture is experienced in creating desks, lab tables, rolling carts and more for many different classroom settings. Learn more here, and then reach out to us to help get your classroom ready to set your students up for success next fall!
Our office will be closed on Monday, July 4th to allow our employees time to celebrate our nation's freedom with their friends and family.
Our office will reopen at 8:30 am on Tuesday, July 5th.
Wishing you and yours a happy and safe holiday weekend!
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