With the development of technology, CAD has made its access in all areas where design and creativity is necessary. These days it is not only restricted to engineers, architectures but is also used by other design professionals.
CAD or computer-aided design and drafting (CAD), is the use of computer technology for design and design documentation. It replaces manual drafting with an automated process and widely used in many applications, including automotive, ship building and aerospace industries, architectural and interior design and much more.
A CAD system is a combination of hardware and software that enables engineers and architects to design everything from furniture to airplanes. The beginning of CAD can be traced to year 1957, when PRANTO, the first commercial numerical control programming system was developed by Patrick J Hanratty. These days it is not only restricted to engineers, architectures but is also used by other design professionals. In modern times CAD is being used in various industries to produce Automotive, Aerospace, and Prosthetics etc.
CAD is going to be around for years to come and has a very special role to play. It is a well-established 2D and 3D design software. By being so good at the task of drafting, CAD will remain relevant for the future.
Architectural and Interior Design is a process where sequence of accurate designs are created for various phases with enhanced methodical technique. These designs are an important part to generate various building designs that satisfy all the purposes and plays a critical role in creating digitized format for rough and handmade sketches. In the present technical era, manual designs have become an old technique and designers and architects are focusing more on digital formats which can be created with the help of AutoCAD.
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