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w1_2_CAD%20and%20Computing_S10 - Lab 1 CAD and Computing...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/28/10 Lab 1: CAD and Computing IE 332 1/13/2010
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9/28/10 Agenda CAD Benefits of CAD History of CAD Relationships between CAD and other engineering practices AutoCAD 2009 Basic Concepts
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9/28/10 Design
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9/28/10 Drafting http://www.flickr.com/photos/dallaportfoli
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9/28/10 Computer Aided Design http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Schneck
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9/28/10 Benefits of CAD
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9/28/10 History of CAD Ivan Sutherland at MIT pioneered interactive computer graphics in the 1960s. At the end of the 1960s there were fewer than 200 CAD workstations Industrial applications “exploded” during the 1970s and ever since. CAD of mechanical, electrical, any components, parts, systems, facilities, building. 77 http://www.archive.org/movies/thumbnails.php?identifier=AlanKeyD1987 SketchPad by Sutherland in 1963
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9/28/10 Evolution of CAD Modeling 2D modeling (e.g., AutoCAD) 3D wireframe modeling 3D “dumb” solid modeling (e.g., Google Sketch) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0Daz4N 3D parametric solid modeling (e.g., Alibre Design) 88
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9/28/10 Expressing the model of the designed entity (by human designers, customers, users, builders, investigators, auditors) Representing the complete, unambiguous entity by the model (= by the computer software, or physical model) 99 Three main CAD Model
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9/28/10 CAD and Beyond Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) Computer-Aided Warehousing & Material handling Concurrent Engineering (CE) Rapid Prototyping 10
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9/28/10 Lab 1: Facility Layout Design Using AutoCAD
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