PREMIER CAD/CAM SERVICES
LEGACY AIRCRAFT SPECIALISTS
FULFILLING ALL YOUR DESIGN TO MANUFACTURING REQUIREMENTS
Over 35 Years of Design Experience
Bayden Engineering Group llc. (Bayden-Engineering) offers expert 3D CAD/CAM design services to the Aerospace industry. We specialize in legacy aircraft programs (prior to 1990) which were all generated using 2D drafting techniques. Of major importance is the ability to create 3D aerospace surface lofts from supplied 2D media. Similarly important is the ability to interpret these old drawings. A thorough understanding of how these legacy programs were tooled is essential in interpreting how engineering drawings were created.
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3D solid model of a landing gear door on a legacy aircraft program
Many of today's military aircraft are aging and undergoing constant upgrades. Since these programs were all done before 3D CAD was invented, they all reside on 2D drawings.
We specialize in converting these part and loft drawings into usable 3D solid models.
3D SURFACE LOFTING
3D surface loft for a landing gear door on a legacy aircraft program
Bayden Engineering is unsurpassed in the skills to convert old lofting information or surface drawings and generate 3D surfaces.
A good loft is fundamental to creating good solid models.
Poor surfaces lead to solids that cannot be used in manufacturing.
CONSUMER PRODUCT DESIGN
3D solid model of a nasal cannula
Consumer product design requires the blend of both technical design plus aesthetics to create products desirable to consumers.
The designers must listen to the customer to obtain the design parameters and then apply engineering technical skills to accomplish the task that not only perform to specifications, but are also pleasing to the eye and ergonomically comfortable.
3D solid model of an assembly fixture for a legacy aircraft program
As the final deliverable, we can design any fixtures or tools required to facilitate the building or assembly of complex structures.
This can be done with typical metal parts or using resin materials created using additive manufacturing.