“Intro to Computer Aided Design” by Herzog, Chasen, Dunn, Hellman, McElhaney, et al. …

  • ©Bertram Herzog, S. H. Chasen, Robert (Bob) M. Dunn, Robert Hellman, Ronald McElhaney, Richard Riesenfeld, Herbert B. Voelcker, and David Weisberg


Abstract:


    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    Decision makers, managers, and potential users in such application fields as design, engineering, process piping, mapping, and plant layout. Experience in and/or responsibility for graphics or drafting is desirable; experience in computer graphics or computing is not a prerequisite.

    ABSTRACT

    This seminar deals with computer-aided design/drafting. CAD, and computer-aided manufacturing, CAM, and emphasizes commercially available products. The seminar lectures and panel discussions will include: general principles so that vendors may present their system’s important characteristics efficiently; general structure and uses of CAD systems; interconnection of different CAD systems; engineering analysis; numerically-controlled machining; how to buy a CAD system; solid modelling surface definitions; and what the near-term future holds for users of CAD.


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    Maxine Brown

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    In the collection of Maxine Brown

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