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Technical Drawings

In the design step of a new product, the development of technical drawings that can clearly and immediately explain all the elements contributing to the definition of a mould is of huge importance. In other words, drawings are the result of all the data and information that Errebi Technology receives, and which it then develops to optimize the needs of its customers.

The first step is therefore represented by a set of technical drawings, in this case product shape design, layout drawing and construction drawing which must be carefully screened and approved by the customer. Let's see in detail what they represent: shape drawing: shows the product with raw measurements (before baking), often also indicating the volume (important data for determining the weight of the product). On this drawing you can also see the section of the cavity, with the detail of the docker pins and the specification of the material.

Lately Errebi Technology also offers 3D drawings to better give an idea of ​​the product with highlighted protruded areas and engravings. Lay out drawing: where the configuration on the roller is optimized, taking into account line requirements (straight, staggered, odd or even rows, any tray gap) always considering the possibility of exploiting the working width as much as possible, but within the limits of the minimum distance between shapes. And finally the construction drawing which shows the type of construction and side attachments of the roller on one line rather than on another.

The drawings tell us practically everything about the final roller, they are the "theoretical" representation before moving on to concretize the project. It is therefore essential to interpret the drawings well so that all the starting work can lead to a final product that meets our customers’ needs. We as Errebi Technology, strive every day to ensure that these drawings are as clear as possible, but we are available for further clarifications and open to design elaborations that can improve our interacting with our customers more and more, in order to give life to the ideas of our partners in the best possible way.

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