Freelance Assembly Jigs and Fixture Designers

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James Licari

James Licari

  • LabVIEW
  • AutoCAD
  • Solid Edge
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • 3D Modeling
  • Tool Design
  • Steel Design
  • Sketch to CAD
  • Thermoforming
  • Shop Drawings
  • Vacuum Forming
  • Solid Modeling
  • Fixture Design
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Conceptual Design
  • Assembly Drafting
  • Autodesk Inventor
  • Mechanical Drafting
  • Design Optimization
  • Assembly Jigs and Fixture
  • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
Sushant Pathak

Sushant Pathak

  • CATIA
  • AutoCAD
  • CAD Design
  • Layout Design
  • Process Planning
  • Microsoft Project
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Assembly Jigs and Fixture
  • Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX)
mohas

mohas

  • BOM
  • AutoCAD
  • CAESAR II
  • AVEVA PDMS
  • SolidWorks
  • 2D Drawing
  • CAD Design
  • Oil and Gas
  • 2D Drafting
  • AutoCAD P&ID
  • Piping Design
  • Machine Design
  • Safi Structure
  • Steel Detailing
  • AutoCAD Plant 3D
  • 3D Piping Design
  • Special Machinery
  • Steel Fabrication
  • Structural Design
  • 2D to 3D Conversion
  • Fabrication Drawings
  • Pressure Vessel Design
  • Jigs and Fixture Design
  • Piping Bill of Materials
  • Assembly Jigs and Fixture
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pandiyancn

pandiyancn

  • CATIA V5
  • solidworks
  • SolidWorks
  • CAD Design
  • Part Design
  • Part Modeling
  • Solidworks 2D
  • part assembly
  • Assembly Design
  • ANSYS Workbench
  • Ansys Mechanical
  • Assembly Drawings
  • Assembly Drafting
  • Catia v5 modelling
  • Assembly Automation
  • 3D Assembly Drawings
  • Part Drawings Design
  • SolidWorks Rendering
  • 3D Analysis and Design
  • Part Analysis and Design
  • Assembly Jigs and Fixture
  • Part and Assembly Modeling
  • Product Design and Analysis

Assembly Jigs and Fixture

Whether you own a small manufacturing company or are running a large-scale production, you’ll need to have reliable and high-quality assembly jigs and fixtures. With these tools, you can speed up the manufacturing process while ensuring the precision and accuracy of the products you create. Many ready-made assembly jigs and fixtures can be bought on the market, but it’s always advisable to get customized ones that are specially designed for your manufacturing processes.

You can tackle the designing process on your own, but why do so when you can get the help of assembly jigs and fixture freelancers? Here at Cad Crowd, we have a large network of freelancers who can help you design jigs and fixtures that suit your needs and preferences and can help you save time and money. Our designers have experience with both small and large projects, and they can  whether you require just one assembly jig or need several dozens. 

Jigs are a type of tool that are used to control the movement or location of a part or another tool. They’re designed to support the repetitive portions of the manufacturing process while ensuring the accuracy of the results. The need for jigs have decreased over the years due to the arrival of CNC machines (which automatically move the tools to the correct location), but they’re still highly useful in many industries.

Fixtures are the complimentary opposite of jigs: they usually serve as mounting points that provide stability and support and hold parts still and secure throughout the manufacturing process. Using fixtures greatly increases the precision and accuracy of your products while promoting faster production speeds. It also increases employee safety (since people no longer have to physically hold parts while machines work on them) and decreases labor costs. 

Jigs and fixtures might seem like a small part of the production process but, if one of them fails, it can easily derail your entire manufacturing operation. Because of this, it’s important for you to have reliable and well-designed assembly jigs and fixtures. You can get the help of a traditional firm but, if you’re on a tight budget or simply want to save money, we recommend that you get freelance assembly jigs and fixture solutions. 

Doing this is much more cost-effective; in fact, you can save as much as one-third of the cost of hiring a traditional firm. You don’t even have to sacrifice quality, particularly if you hire freelancers from Cad Crowd. Our designers have excellent skills and knowledge in assembly jigs and fixture services, and they will take your business’s specific needs in mind to create the design that best suit your manufacturing process.

If you’re ready to begin, simply explore the profiles of our freelancers and invite some of them to submit designs for your project. You can then choose the best design from the entries you receive. You can also let us do the hard work for you; just send us your project details and we’ll select one of our vetted, top-ranking designers to assist you. 

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