Epsilon Industries, Inc.

CAD Design

  • Minimal technical detail is necessary to develop a working 3D CAD model; if all you have is a drawing on a napkin, we have worked with less!
  • We can reverse engineer your part or prototype and develop an exact CAD model for production. (Including 2D to 3D from existing plans/drawings)
  • Our CAD designers work with you throughout the design process to develop exactly the product you want.
  • Current technology allows us to e-mail a viewable 3D model to you at various points in the design process so you know exactly the status and direction of your project. (Example)
  • With lead times around 1-2 weeks for CAD work, we can get your project jump-started quickly and provide a quick turnaround.
  • Being wholly based in the USA, Epsilon reduces the communication difficulties and time lags that often plague companies operating overseas.

From This:

Sketch for CAD design

To This:

Fully defined CAD model

↑ A fully defined 3D CAD model.


Our CAD designers use Solidworks to output 3D models in a variety of standard formats, including IGES, STEP, STL, Parasolid, and ACIS, as well as the Solidworks native format. These formats are near universal for any rapid prototyping, mold-making or further CAD development necessary.



A functional 3D CAD model acts as a very effective tool in presentations to customers or investors and increases their comfort level with the product. We also offer high-quality, full-resolution renderings of your CAD model–ask us if you are interested.


Your 3D CAD data can be used to create a rapid prototype through a number of different processes, which can be used to test the parts’ function and form and saves thousands of dollars in an iterative design process.

Design Finalization

A fully defined CAD model may be exported in many neutral and near-universal formats making it an excellent method of propagating a final design across a global network. Designs can also be frozen or branched as easily as changing a file name.


Using your 3D CAD data, mold-makers can create a production tool and make as many of your plastic parts as you need.

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