About Us

Utilizing the latest in model rendering software, Cubic Cad Models has as its principal, Terry Grasby.

With established expertise in plastic mold surface design and modeling and plastic part development, Terry applies his technical skills to renderings and models that give the viewer an accurate, three dimensional look at the project in their sightline.

With comfort in tool design, CAMAX CAMAND three dimensional modeling and numerical control, Terry Grasby has embraced design technology software and, using his considerable technology skills, is able to produce effective renderings at a competitive rate.

Software includes Envisioneer by Cad Soft Corporation; Chief Architect X2; Sketch-Up by Google; Microsoft Office Products and Quickbooks Pro.

With Ontario Building Officials Association training in Part 9 The Building Envelope, Terry is able to offer expertise in the General Legal Process course through the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (Building and Development Branch).

His ongoing professional development includes Small Buildings and Structural Requirements as he holds his Building Code Identification Number in his sightline.

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"After reviewing his renderings, we made some dramatic changes to our original renovation design. Terry's services allowed us the opportunity to come up with a more suitable design and make the changes before final cabinet drawings were created and the tear down and build was started. We saved money and feel confident with the design. Terry's insight into design, function, fit, and his understanding of the practical carpentry requirements were very helpful in the process. I highly recommend Terry."

Laurie van Zeyl Kueppers

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