Concast's services

Collage image of several of Concast's product drawings and a trench layout drawing.


Concast's engineering team can supply drawings of your Concast products upon request.   Most individual component drawings are drawn in Solidworks and are emailed in PDF format. They can also be generated in E-drawing format or AutoCAD format if necessary. See below for a link to a free Edrawing viewer if PDF will not work for your project. 

Please note that there are links to most of our individual components on this web site. Feel free to peruse these charts and know that we are still building this library. We hope to have it completed shortly.

Trench layout drawings are provided for engineering approval and field installation at no extra charge with each trench job.  These drawings are in AutoCAD and PDF format.  A final drawing package is sent along with the parts to the job site.  The final drawing package includes the individual component details, a D-size (large) paper layout drawing, a complete BOM (Bill of Materials), and installation guidelines.

link to free solidworks downloads

Click the above graphic link to access several free downloads from the SolidWorks web site.  The eDrawings Viewer will allow you to view drawings in Solidworks and AutoCAD formats. You can also access their new 2D drafting freeware called DraftSite here.

Rapid Prototype Services Are Here!

Rapid Prototypes/3D Printing Services

Concast is pleased to announce their new 3D printing service, which is also known in the industry as Rapid Prototype or Additive Manufacturing. We can help you to effectively evaluate, optimize and communicate your prototype design; thus reducing costs and shortening development timelines. We use the Stratasys 3D Printing System to produce ABS thermoplastic parts without machining or tooling.  The RP machine uses a Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) system to transform 3D CAD files into hard plastic parts.   Please note that parts must be no larger than 8" x 8" x 12".  Standard parts are printed in steel grey, but white, black, red, blue, green, & yellow are available. 

The preferred 3D file format is .stl or SolidWorks .sldprt files. But we can work with many other formats including .prt, .stp, & .cgr.