I'm looking for a plugin or, preferably, a stand-alone application that can take a CAD file of an object and turn it into a series of 7 to 10 black-and-white drawings (such as shown in the McMaster Carr's catalog... see http://www.mcmaster.com). The app should allow the user to pick which views he wants (front, back, left, right, top, bottom, perspective (and from what angle), and cross-sectional view (selectable cross-sectional plane). Then the output would be one or two figures per sheet, all wrapped-up nicely in a vector .pdf file with some predefined page number formats and drawing numbers on each drawing.
The shading must be black-and-white pixels only, with the light source being in the upper left behind the observer. The shading will be screened with black-and-white pixels... like old newspaper print.
The other shading option is line-art drawings (like the Barnes-and-Noble portraits... see https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/11/ce/87/11ce87f7f60797f2d737c666b6e1db1c.jpg), but that would probably be a lot harder than just screened black-and-white shading.
A non-disclosure agreement and work-for-hire agreement must be signed before work commences.
NOTE: I am NOT asking for CAD or Illustrator draftsmen... this is a software project, not a drawing or illustrating project!