Technical Illustration is the use of illustration to visually communicate information of a technical nature. Technical illustrations can be components of technical drawings or diagrams. Technical illustrations in general aim "to generate expressive images that effectively convey certain information via the visual channel to the human observer".
As technical illustration specialists for 26 years, We have created a vast spectrum of electronic and traditional illustration work ranging in the industries below:
AUTOMOTIVE: Service Illustrations, Owner's Manuals, Radio Books, Quick Reference Guides, Aftermarket Kit I-Sheets, Concept Vehicle Development and Engineering.
AEROSPACE: Aircraft service manuals, Parts catalogs, Online Parts Purchase art, Concept Aircraft/Spacecraft to Production.
DEFENSE: Exploded view illustrations, Stationary view illustrations, Plan view/wiring diagram illustrations.
- TM 10, Operator's Guide Illustrations
- TM 20, Field and Technical Manual Illustration Graphics
- TM 34 (TM 34&P) RPSTL Illustration Graphics
- DMWR Illustration Graphics
- NMWR Illustration Graphics
- Sustainment Manual Illustration Graphics
- Technical Bulletin Graphics
- 2028 Graphics
- ETM & IETM Illustration Graphics
Technical illustrations generally have to describe and explain the subjects to a nontechnical audience. Therefore the visual image should be accurate in terms of dimensions and proportions, and should provide "an overall impression of what an object is or does, to enhance the viewer's interest and understanding.