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3.4 Computer-aided design (CAD)

3.4 Computer-aided design (CAD)

A computer-aided design is the generation, creation, development and analysis of a design or system using computer software. As technologies improve and the software becomes more powerful, so do the opportunities for designers to create new and exciting products,...
3.2 Graphical modelling

3.2 Graphical modelling

A graphical model is a visualization of an idea, often created on paper. Graphical models are used to communicate ideas to design team members, the client an the manufacturer.   Sketching or freehand drawings are spontaneous representation of ideas on paper...
3.5 Rapid prototyping

3.5 Rapid prototyping

There are many different ways to 3D print an object. But nearly all of them utilize computer aided design (CAD) files. CAD files must be translated into a “language,” or file type, that 3D printing machines can understand. Standard Tessellation Language...