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Jazzer Estrellanes BABA2A BM105 Research paper A Significant Event in Operations Management: The Use of ‘Computer-Aided Design’ Computer-aided design , also known as CAD, is actually defined as the use of computer support in the engineering design function. It is used to design components and products to exact measurement and detail, where a designer can modify an existing design or create a new one on a CRT by means of a light pen, a keyboard, a joystick, or a similar device. Once the design is entered into the computer, the designer can maneuver it on the screen, which would provide the designer with different perspectives. It can be split apart to give the designer a view of the inside, and a portion of it which can be enlarged for closer examination. The designer can also obtain a printed version of the completed design and file it electronically, making it accessible to people in the firm who need this information. Furthermore, computer-aided design covers several automated technologies such as ‘computer graphics’ to examine the visual
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course ACCOUNTING 102 taught by Professor Calamba during the Summer '11 term at Universität St. Gallen (HSG).

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