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Tripp Warren

Tripp Warren

  • AutoCAD
  • Onshape
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • SolidWorks EPDM
  • 2D & 3D Drafting
  • Bill of Materials
  • mechanical weldments
  • Mechanical Assemblies
  • Manufacturability Analysis
  • Feasibility Study for Engineering
  • SolidWorks 3DEXPERIENCE PLM Services
DJohnson Design

DJohnson Design

  • AutoCAD
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • Assembly Design
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Bill of Materials
  • Assembly Drawings
  • 3D Solid Modeling
  • Microsoft Project
  • Aerodynamic Design
  • SolidWorks eDrawings
  • Advanced Surface Modeling
  • SolidWorks Flow Simulation
  • Product Concept Development
  • Basic Design Conceptualization
Borntolead

Borntolead

  • Design
  • Drafting
  • CAD Design
  • Bill of Quantity
  • Bill of Materials
  • Design Calculation
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Ahmed Farag

Ahmed Farag

  • Design
  • Welding
  • CAD Design
  • SolidWorks
  • Gear Design
  • CAD Assembly
  • Process Design
  • Product Design
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Weldment Design
  • Assembly Design
  • Workshop Drawing
  • Bill of Materials
  • Assembly Drawings
  • Sheet Metal Design
  • CAD Technical Drawing
  • Sheetmetal and Plastics
  • Fatigue and Static Strength

Bill of Materials

 Do you need help with making bills of materials for your projects? You've come to the right place! We have a large team of freelancers who specialize in providing bill of materials services and have helped many clients in both small and large projects. Simply tell us what your project is all about, and we’ll connect you with a freelancer whose skills perfectly match your requirements.

A bill of materials or BOM is a list of the things needed to put together the final product. Specifically, it lists the raw materials, components, sub-components,  and sub-assemblies needed to complete the final assembly. It also mentions the part number and name, the description of the part, the quantity needed for each item (along with the proper unit of measure), the procurement type, and other key info. 

BOMs are usually found in assembly drawings for products, parts, and machines, and they’re an important part of these drawings since they allow the designers to properly communicate their instructions to the manufacturers. This, in turn, minimizes manufacturing errors and leads to high-quality products with precise measurements and features. 

BOMs can be categorized according to their purpose. An engineering bill of materials, for instance, is used during the design phase, while the manufacturing bill of materials is used during the production phase. The service bill of materials is used for the maintenance and servicing of the final product.

Because of the highly detailed nature of BOMs, creating them usually take a lot of time and effort. This is especially true for products or machines that have numerous parts and sub-assemblies. Fortunately, if you’re a designer, engineer, and/or entrepreneur, you don’t need to tackle BOMs on your own. This comes from the fact that you can always get the help of bill of materials freelancers from Cad Crowd. 

Hiring freelancers is greatly helpful since it lets you free up your time. Instead of working on BOMs, you can focus on core tasks that help you grow your business. You don’t have to worry about quality since Cad Crowd will connect you only with top-tier freelance bill of materials experts who have extensive training and experience. Our quality assurance staff are also on hand to review your freelancer’s work and ensure it matches your requirements and meets our standards.

Our bill of materials freelancers are available for one-time hire, which is great if you simply need help with an overdue project or two. You also have the option to hire them on a long-term basis, which is ideal if you’re working on a large project or if you need to expand your workforce. Either way, you have the assurance that you’re working with professional designers and engineers and that you’re getting excellent services.

We pair our bill of materials services with other solutions, including 2D and 3D drawing, assembly drawing, and 3D part modeling. We aim to be a one-stop-shop for all your CAD needs and ensure you’ll find every service you require under one roof.

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