Area of Expertise
  • Design
  • 2D Drafting
  • 3D Modeling
  • GIS
  • Graphic Design
Software skills
  • SolidWorks
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Mr. S. Gazibaric

Mr. S. Gazibaric is a tooling engineer for plastic and metal injection molding tools, sheet metal tools and plastic bottle tools. He has extensive experience in constructing medical equipment and medical devices. He has also worked as a designer of toys, plastic parts, bikes, engines and mechanical construction.


Interview with Mr. S. Gazibaric

1. What kinds of clients do you serve?
I work with companies in the medical equipment field that need technical documentation and mechanical engineering skills. My area of expertise is CAD/CAM tooling and manufacturing.

2. What was the most interesting CAD project that you ever worked on? What made it interesting?
    What challenges did you face?

My most interesting project was tooling for Lego toy parts. It was interesting because it was very detailed and also fun because it makes children happy and I was able to be part of that.

3. Of the software tools that you use, which is your favorite and why?
My favorite software is Solidworks because it has so many integrated solutions which help with engineering.

4. What trends are you observing in the market for CAD services? How have these trends affected
    you, and how are you responding to them?

I recently came across NX software, a fully integrated CAD/CAM/CAE product and I was very satisfied with it, but it is very expensive.

5. What do you like about working as an interim CAD draftsman or external CAD consultant
    working on a time-bound project?

I enjoy working as a free-lance CAD draftsman because I can set my own hours.

6. Have you ever provided CAD consulting services remotely, either via phone, the Web or email?
    Do you use any screen sharing tools (like Webex, Skype, or GoToMeeting), and are they
    effective? What kinds of questions and problems could you tackle remotely? Are there any
    issues that you feel are better handled face-to-face?

I work remotely using TeamViewer for sharing CAD services, a free solution for remote desktops.