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When we carry out a construction or manufacturing/installation project for a product, it is common for us to use architectural or construction plans. Construction plans are two-dimensional representations of projects. This representation of the views of a model in 3 dimensions is necessary and very useful.

The importance of construction plans lies mainly in the advantages it offers to be able to extract information from each view to achieve the best final result.


From the outset, we all know that it is not advisable to build something without measurements. At a commercial level, it is necessary to know the exact dimensions to estimate the amount of material to use. It is also necessary to have accuracy in the final measurements to avoid differences between the manufactured product and the available space.

With a construction plan we correct this type of error. We have access to the exact measurements that match the available space and at the time of construction we do not waste material or time manufacturing products that do not fit later. Let’s imagine a team that has the task of installing sections of tempered glass railings or aluminum windows in a building and that due to not having the appropriate measurements, all the work and material used is lost. It is better to avoid these types of catastrophes and in this way we ensure that we avoid considerable economic losses for ourselves or for a client.


There are various methodologies when making construction plans. From methodologies focused on architecture, to those dedicated to engineering and product presentation.

We recommend that from the beginning the plan have one or several isometric representations of the 3d model of the final product. This input gives a clear idea of ​​the final result sought. These isometric views can be in color or black and white, depending on the type of project executed. The important thing is that they transmit general information about it.

Then, the front, side and top views of the model are mandatory. Depending on the project, rear or bottom views may be included. With these views we offer more information regarding general dimensions, location of parts, sub-assemblies, detail views and sections.

After you have the basic views, slices and detail views come into play. With these auxiliary views we better explain certain characteristics at the construction and installation level that are not noticeable in the main views.

Last but not least, it is important to include the correct signage for everything. Product codes, explanatory notes, additional descriptions and warnings if necessary.


Building or manufacturing without any type of guide is a common practice, but again, it is not recommended. Considering all the information provided by the construction plans and the good results achieved worldwide by all the companies that use them, they are essential tools that you cannot omit.

If you want to get the best end results without wasting money on extra materials or avoidable design mistakes, don’t ignore construction plans.


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