CAD is a software that is used to create 2D and 3D designs in a computer. The full form of CAD is ” Computer-Aided Design “.

Common types of CAD are two-dimensional layout design and three-dimensional modeling.

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The full form of CAD is ” Computer-Aided Design “.

2D CAD

2D CAD has many applications, but it is most commonly used to design vector-based layouts.

For example, the architects used the CAD software to Building Floor Plans and overhead views of Outdoor Landscapes to create the. Their layouts, which contain vector graphics, can be scaled to different sizes, which are used in proposals and blueprints.

2D CAD are covered under drawings, such as sketches and mockups, which are very common during the early stages of a design process.

3D CAD

3D CAD is most commonly used to develop video games and animated films. There are also many real-world applications, such as product design, civil engineering, and simulation modeling.

3D CAD comes under computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), which is the actual manufacturing of three-dimensional objects.

Like 2D CAD drawings, 3D models are also typically vector-based, but are covered under vectors of three dimensions, not two dimensions. It allows designers to create complex 3D shapes that can be moved, rotate, enlarge, and modify .

Some 3D Model S as the only polygons is create the same area come under others Bézier curves and rounded surfaces.

When a 3D model is created, a CAD designer first has to construct the basic shape of that object , or ” wireframe .”

Once the shape is complete, then the surfaces are then added to the colors, gradients, or designs that are applied by a process called texture mapping.

Most CAD programs have this ability to adjust the lighting, which affects the shadows and reflections of objects. Some programs also have a timeline that is used to create 3D animations .Synonyms:Computer-Aided Design

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