3D CAD Design

February 27, 2012 4 Comments by 3DBlog

Many people have heard of 3D CAD or 3D CAD design software. This article will provide a snapshot of the software’s advantages, as well as its role within 3D design development.

CAD is an acronym that stands for computer-aided design. In other words, it is the use of computer technologies for design purposes. A CAD system is a combination of software and hardware, which provides designing and drafting tools for architects and engineers.  You may come across the acronym CADD, which basically being the same in essence, stands for computer-aided design and drafting.

CAD has substantially streamlined design process. This means higher work efficiency and more reasonable timelines for project accomplishment. Moreover, CAD can be used in a variety of fields and professional areas: aerospace, ship-building, automobile industry, architecture, computer graphics, movie-making, advertising, etc.  It is invaluable for both, 2D and 3D design tasks.

3D CAD software surely has its obvious advantages: it is professional, cost efficient and maximizes productivity. It can manipulate and modify a variety of 2D and 3D shapes and administer automatic updates. CAD is very useful for creating high end architectural computer renderings.

In our day-to-day work Dreamsoft employs 3ds Max for 3D modeling, animation and rendering. This revolutionary software helps their 3D experts create 3D drawings that are accurate representations of actual shapes and objects.

Here are some examples of 3D works Dreamsoft’s 3D designers can create using 3D CAD design software:

They range from something as ‘simple’ as 3D room design, or 3D interior design, to as complex as high end 3D architectural design of huge construction complexes.

To learn more about 3ds Max, you can turn to the official website http://usa.autodesk.com/3ds-max/. To have your project accomplished by 3D professionals, please reach out to the 3D modeling company.  Dreamsoft has solid experience working with 3D CAD design software  and a large team that will meet all of your expectations and timelines.

So, if you ask why they use 3D CAD, the answer will be simple: the customers are always expecting more from us, and the team strives to keep up with their pace to stay in the vanguard of progress.

4 Comments

  1. Kent says:
    Monday, February 27, 2012 at 12:35pm

    Really cool! A lot of interesting stuff here!

    Waiting for more articles.

    Reply

  2. 3DBlog says:
    Friday, March 2, 2012 at 12:55pm

    Thanks. Drop by, we’ll be posting on a regular basis!

    Reply

  3. RealSpace says:
    Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 6:33pm

    Thanks for providing the links to the demos. The quality seems pretty good.

    Reply

    • admindreamsoft says:
      Tuesday, July 17, 2012 at 5:09am

      Thanks, my pleasure.

      Reply

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