What is CAD (Computer Aided Design) used for?
Computer Aided Design (CAD) has been around since the 1980s.
Today, it’s used for handling all aspects of aesthetics and engineering during the design process of the built environment – buildings, interiors, urban areas and exteriors.
Architects, draftsmen and designers use it in the drafting and design of all types of buildings. From residential houses to the largest commercial and industrial structures.
It simplifies every aspect of designing, drawing, sharing, visualising and delivering projects. And does so in a way that’s intuitive and easy to do.
At Central Innovation, we’ve been at the forefront of CAD solutions for over 20 years. Our highly experienced team have chosen the best software solutions, including ARCHICAD®, Ci tools, Solibri Model Checker, DDS-CAD, Rhino, Bluebeam Revu and many more.
We can also tailor a solution to suit your exact needs.
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