CAD/CAM Training

CAD/CAM Training

CAD which means Computer-aided-design, it is used to draw designs with the help of computers. It improves the efficiency and accuracy of the designer. The models are prepared by the designer in CAD. The software is proving very essential these days in the construction of sites. The interior designers also use this software for preparing the sample model and sample drawings. It may be the model of a whole house or a certain room. Every detail is mentioned in the model. The 2D and 3D representation of the object can be made through the CAD. It almost looks real.

It is actually used in many fields, especially in the various branches of engineering. It is used in designing the electronic systems known as electronic design automation i.e. EDA, then in the field of mechanical this software is very useful, known as the MDA which elaborates to mechanical design automation. It helps to create the technical drawing.

CAD may be used to design curves and figures in two-dimensional (2D) space; or curves, surfaces, and solids in three-dimensional (3D) space. It is the software that covers the all facets of the engineering. It has now become essential for an engineering student to learn this software and have the deepen knowledge of it. It has become need now-a-days. The CAD/CAM training at CRB tech institute compiles of such detail coaching. The program is very extensive, from basic designing skills to the curves and surfaces everything is covered under this training program.

CAD is an important industrial art extensively used in many applications, including automotive, shipbuilding, and aerospace industries, industrial and architectural design, prosthetic , and many more. It is also widely used in computer animation for special effects in movie, advertising and technical manuals. The program offered by CRB Tech CAD CAM course is designed in such a way that one is able to understand the every aspect of CAD CAM.

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