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Working with Scott is as professional as it gets! Scott's experience, combined with his creative eye, made our project possible. I highly recommend CAD Design Help. I will being utilizing his talent in our next project, and in any following.
Very experienced designer with knowledge of all the latest tools. Has made himself available at short notice and always on time. We're getting into the next phase of the project, prototyping and tooling drawings, so I will update later. Very satisfied at this point.
Low cost, professional with over 20 years' experience and PHD degree.
P. Lynch Drafting, Inc. specializes in a full range of AutoCAD and GIS services. Our focus is to partner with our clients in such a way as to become an extension of their own staff, providing cost-effective drafting services while they retain complete project control. Further, no matter the scope or size, PLD can aid in any drafting need for businesses or private clientele. PLD offers drafting support during schematic design, design development, and construction phases with the latest versions of Auto CAD. In addition, we present expert GIS technical support and mapping services, offering a cost-effective, reliable alternative to implementing or expanding your own GIS capabilities.
I provide drafting, design, and consulting services for architectural, structural, mechanical, process, and civil engineering.
With strong Internet connection, I can produce 3D CAD models of your structures, 2D design drawing CAD files and PDF documents using Microstation based applications -- Frameworks Plus, Bentley Structural, etc.
Growing up, I had inherited some of my mother's artistic talent and a lot of my father's mechanical aptitude, and I was always creating something or voiding a warranty by taking things apart to figure out what make them tick. I also got something else from my father, a neurological disorder that causes tremors in my hands that frustrated me to the point that I eventually gave up drawing. Eventually, I started using a computer to type everything instead of struggling with handwriting discomfort. Then, I got into CAD and computer graphics. I am back! I just have to get into a comfortable position with my hands supported at the wrist, and I'm good to go. The occasional inadvertent click or keystroke from time to time are easy enough to fix but compared to not being able to draw or create otherwise like it had been for years. I'm happy to draw whatever. I took my wife to the doctor last week, and I did a 3D model of the waiting room while waiting, or due to a recent bout of unemployment, I was a bit frustrated when I came out of unemployment building and sat in my truck for a little bit feeling down, but then I reached behind my seat and got my laptop and modeled the front half of the building, therapy by Dell. I learned to do Shop Drawings at a company I worked for and even other companies. I have a friend whose wife is a Realtor and started doing floor plans for her and others in her office. Then came a whole new facet to drafting (dramatic pause), 3D modeling! Now, I could digitally recreate all those things I would take apart. Call me crazy, but some of my favorite illustrations are technical illustrations like in most assembly manuals and the patent drawing. The standards set by the US patent office required for filing for a patent have remained relatively unchanged since its inception. They just have a look like they had just been finished the night before by someone working in a room illuminated by a candle or oil lamp using a pen that had to be constantly dipped in an ink well to make sure the line weights (thickness) stayed consistent. In those days, there were craftsmen and artisans, today though, most would be called operators. Someone trained to operate whatever computer-powered machine to put out what ever is in demand. So, I also am but merely "an operator", but considering the heart and passion I put into my work, the work that I can only now do because of these computers, I'll gladly concede to being called an operator, but no one can stop me from wearing my pajamas that say "craftsman". BTW, just to get a chance to use my "electric crayons", I do both black and white and colored architectural renderings, and if any one is interested, I do tutoring on SketchUp, a free 3D modeling program.
My work is of high caliber, many hours are spent making sure every finite detail is correct, leaving no room for doubt in the clients' mind