Computer-Aided Design: An Overview
Computer-Aided Design (CAD) is a way to digitally create 2D drawings and 3D models of real-world products – before a prototype has even been manufactured. With 3D CAD, you can simulate, modify, share and review, designs easily. This will open doors to innovation and create competitive products that get to the market fast.
In 1985 Dr. Samuel Geisberg formed Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) and defined a radically new approach for CAD software. This innovation produced the first parametric and feature-based solid modelling CAD software in the market, which today is known as Creo, the industry standard for product design and development software.
We at PLM Central’s offer the world-class PTC Creo suite to meet your Computer-Aided Design specifications – it’s the design software with solutions to meet a variety of customer needs. Click the button below, to see how we can help you.
12th October 2021