Lab1_Guidelines - Lab1 Guidelines INTRODUCTION Before...

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Lab1 Guidelines INTRODUCTION Before writing about what, 'Computer Aided Design' is I would like to tell you guys that CAD is used by Architects, drafters, engineers, and artists to design buildings, bridges, highways and interstates, aircraft, ships, automobiles, digital cameras, mobile phones, TVs, clothes, shoes, and computers, just to name a few. As the definition speaks for itself CAD is used everywhere in the industry. Technical world without CAD is like a Chef without a knife. The chef knows how to cut the fruit and vegetables in an artistic manner so that they would look amazing on the dinner table but its just that without the knife his life becomes really hard. The same way if in todays world if we do not have 'Computer Aided Design' it would be almost impossible to design skyscrapers, bridges, cars, trains, clothes and many other everyday life things. CAD is more efficient because the CAD softwares records lines as vectors based on mathematical equations. Portions of the drawings can be twisted, stretched, or moved. The picture as a whole automatically adjusts. In simple words it just makes
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course IE 332 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University.

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