Understanding Computer Aided Design (CAD)

The Computer-Aided Design definition is computer software that helps in the creation and design of files. For CAD Professionals this often means using design software used to create manufacturing blueprints for houses, buildings, and various other facilities. CAD designs often portray information that will be used in these creations and includes such information as materials, dimensions, an tolerances depending on the application and creator.

Through the use of CAD Design, engineers and builders can create a full-scale image of what a structure will be like before it becomes manufactured. Often times a CAD Designer or CAD Draftsman will work with an engineer to get an idea of what the future of your building is. From there that idea, will be turned into a blue print from the CAD Draftsman or Designer.

Though the modern draftsman is still available, many Draftsmen have turned to Computer-Aided Design as a relative form of creating designs faster and often more reliable than ever before.

There are a variety of AutoCAD Programs but the most common include:

Tinker Solid Works AutoDesk

well there are a number of other CAD Related programs out there, we encourage everyone to play with them all and figure out that right option that is right for them and their client.