Computer-aided design (CAD) technology is essential for modern design and manufacture in the workshop. With software more practical, affordable and accessible than ever, there has never been a better time to learn how to get the most out of CAD. Whether you are new to using CAD or ready to try more advanced software, this practical guide gives a thorough introduction to the technology and how to greatly enhance design and manufacture in the workshop. Topics covered include: techniques for designing and making artefacts in the workshop (not restricted to any specific CAD software package); guidance on software selection and general functionality; an overview of the conventions of technical drawing and, finally, case studies demonstrating the application of different CAD techniques for a range of projects.
CAD for the Workshop by Neill Hughes
About the author
Neill Hughes is a professional mechanical engineer with many years of practical industrial experience. He has worked on projects ranging from the design and development of bespoke production-line machinery, to product design for manufacture and prototype development. He currently works both as a freelance designer and as a lecturer in Engineering Design and computer-aided design.
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