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Part of the beauty of working with CAD design is that for planning, the sky is the limit – and sometimes literally beyond. From wireless telecom CAD to medical gas drafting, civil drafting and more, there are limitless possibilities for many industries. Now NASA in a partnership with the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute are […]
Here at CAD Designers, we are very excited to see the rise in popularity with 3D printing, in both the commercial and residential markets. As 3D printing continues to grow, we would like to take a moment to share some ways our customers may find themselves using computer aided design this year. Affordable Computer Aided […]
The commonly cited Moore’s Law states that computing power doubles approximately every 18 months. Despite the fact that no one knows whether Moore’s Law will hold true, it’s safe to say that technology continues to advance at a breakneck pace. CAD Design is no exception, and since it is used in virtually every industry, innovations in CAD Design are poised to affect the design and production of goods across the board.
Understanding how to utilize Xref’s in Autocad is very important. Simply put Xref’s are an ‘external reference’ to your existing cad drawing. This can be an image, PDF, DGN, DWF or even another Autocad Drawing. There are a few things to keep in mind. If you modify your Xref it will be updated in your drawing. […]
The use of computers and new technology is now a central component to many occupations within the job market. Due to this newfound reliance on computer systems, having the skills pertaining to technology and design tools is incredibly important for both the consumer and the company.
The traditional norm of post-secondary level education is changing and the enrollment rate for what has been notoriously deemed as “vocational school” is on the rise.
For some CAD professionals, becoming a freelancer is by far the best career move they’ve ever made. Freelancers are able to be their own bosses and work in within their own boundaries. But countless other CAD professionals swear by the comfort and security that working in-house provides to them and for their careers.