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2. Computer Aided Design – Software & hardware

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) refers to the use of computer software to create, modify, analyze, and optimize designs for various purposes. CAD is a digital tool that allows engineers, architects, and other professionals to create 2D or 3D models of products, buildings, and machines, among others.

CAD software uses a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows designers to create and manipulate objects using a set of tools that are specific to the software. The software can produce accurate and detailed drawings and simulations of designs, which can be used for visualization, analysis, and manufacturing purposes.

CAD software is used in a variety of industries, including architecture, automotive, aerospace, engineering, and manufacturing. It has revolutionized the design process by reducing the time and cost involved in creating and modifying designs, increasing accuracy, and improving the overall quality of the final product.