Fixture Development And Millwork Drafting


As professionals we have been drafting and fabricating In the High-End Custom Cabinetry and Commercial Fixture Industry for over 20 years.

We know exactly what the Architect is looking for from the mill shop; at the submittal level.

DBF will work directly with you in person, over the phone or by E-mail. If all you have is a hand-sketch of what you need, that’s fine by us.Weprovide shop drawings in all standard formats. Some of our customers request their drawings in (11 x 17) format for ease of shop hand-off or ARCH D (24 x 36) for shop submittal purposes.




 Boardroom Credenza (Submittal Drawing)     

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Trophy Case (Submittal Drawing) 

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Our philosophy. 

Uniformity is our philosophy. We will produce your drawings on your company Title Block using your standards. This insures that your engineering staff will always be able to utilize our work for your future projects.

Our work can be provided on paper or electronically (in DWG, DXF or PDF formats).

We price each project on its own merit and give you, as many elevations, sections and detail sheets; as you need it to communicate your design or construction intent. 




Fixture Part Drawings.

As a production service we offer part drawings for CNC Programming: in DWG, or DXF formats.
No lines on lines here; we understand the importance of continuous line formatting and multi-layer part drawings.
You will be able to output our part drawings directly to your CNC programmer.
We can convert AutoCad part drawings to work directly in your Cabnetware.
You’ll be able to nest your parts just as if they were created in Cabnetware.







ADA Jewelry Case End Panel (Part Drawing)

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3D design and rendering.

Designs By French is proud to offer 3D rendering for product visualization. DBF uses AutoCad and 3ds Max for outstanding rendering output. We perform post-production in Photoshop CS.


   E-euro 3D Rendering

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