UMS provides a broad spectrum of CAD/CAM services. Our professional 3D designers and CAM engineers are capable of performing any 3D modeling service and solving design and manufacturing problems for individual parts, sub-assemblies, and complete machine or product manufacturing. Our current database includes more than 150 types of packaging machines and machines for other purposes.

3D Modeling

3D models enable detailed visualization of projects, helping engineers and designers better understand the design and identify potential issues before they arise. In addition to our main activity of manufacturing automatic packaging machines, we offer calculation services and the creation of various types of constructions.


The most commonly used modeling technique for generating 3D models used in creating assemblies to test the functionality of the entire assembly, avoiding collisions between individual parts.


Creating models of curved and rounded surfaces that cannot be achieved using standard modeling methods. This type of modeling represents only the external contour of the product without specific mass and volume. In most cases, the final product is obtained by combining this modeling type with SOLID MODELING.


Includes creating, modifying, and documenting models made of sheet metal to obtain unfolded patterns ready for production. Further processing such as cutting, bending, or deep drawing is used to obtain the final product.


Realistic creation of an assembly in which components are assembled to provide a better, more complex representation of the final product. Assembly modeling allows visualization of the entire design in real-world contexts, detection and resolution of position collision issues, and the creation of assembly instructions.



Structural analysis provides a reliable simulation of potentially hazardous or destructive loading conditions and potential failure modes of observed constructions (assemblies), enabling engineers to discover the physical response of the system (observed construction) at any location with the aim of improving the design due to undesired effects of any physical stress that could impact the design.



The process of creating images of a model to better visualize products and machine assemblies in a specific real environment.

Bills of materials (BOM)

The Bill of Materials (BOM) provides an overview of the components and materials required for assembly. The BOM for a specific assembly includes the item number, name, quantity, and any additional notes for each used component and material.


Creating detailed technical documentation for individual items, sub-assemblies, assemblies, and assembly drawings.

CAM Services

In addition to the aforementioned 3D modeling, we also offer CAM services tailored to the capabilities and requirements of our clients. Our CAM services include programming for three-axis, four-axis, and five-axis vertical milling machines, as well as programming CNC machines for turning operations.

In addition to standard programming, through Fusion 360, we also offer position testing similar to coordinate measuring machines (CMM) on our CNC devices (HAAS VF2YT and HAAS VF10).

Measuring CMM


Product Inspection

By utilizing modern measuring devices and skilled personnel, we guarantee the quality, traceability, repeatability, and reliability of our products, accompanied by complete technical documentation.