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Top Industries Using CAD Software

There are many different industries that use CAD for a range of purposes. The two most widespread activities in which CAD is used are mechanical engineering and architecture.

Mechanical engineering: In the field of mechanical engineering, CAD has been a standard tool since it was first introduced during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Engineers often use computer-aided design tools to produce 3D models representing their ideas before they go into production or even manufacture them at all. These models can help manufacturers understand how well their products will fit into certain spaces as well as how much force they need to be able to withstand in order to avoid breakage under stress. Using computer-aided design programs also helps companies find ways to make their products lighter without losing their durability.

Architecture: Architects rely on CAD as a time-saving method of producing designs and drawing plans for their clients. It is common to use computer-aided design software such as AutoCAD or Vectorworks Architect in order to create models that help architects visualize their ideas, especially those that involve complicated structures such as tall buildings or skyscrapers. 3D modeling allows architects to experiment with different shapes and styles until they find a design that best fits the client’s message. Using CAD has helped revolutionize architecture by increasing the efficiency, accuracy, and fidelity of data used during building processes.

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CAD programs are a way to decrease the time it takes for a product to be designed and drafted. This decreases the work needed from a design drafter or engineer by helping them make their vision faster and more efficiently! In addition, CAD programs allow us at TW Automation, as well as anyone else who uses these types of programs, to have higher quality results with less trial and error involved throughout the whole process. Overall, this makes for better quality control in our products as well as those made by our customers!

If you would like to learn more about how CAD may benefit your business, contact us today! We will be happy to answer any questions you may have about CAD or automation.

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