Both Virtual and Augmented Reality are finding their footing in Industry 4.0, with many manufacturers and businesses implementing the technology in their process chain for training, assisting in planning and development, and collaborating across geographies. There’s one industry segment that seems to be adopting AR technology at a much more rapid pace than the rest: product design and development.
Tech-Clarity, an independent research firm focused on how manufacturers leverage technology to drive productivity and success, have created a comprehensive guide to help you navigate the ins and outs of adopting a new 3D CAD tool. The following guide is intended to provide insight into the process of transitioning from one 3D CAD platform to another 3D CAD platform.
For more than a decade, all 2D users have ever known is AutoCAD. AutoCAD was built to be an electronic drafting table in 1982. Around 1997, someone developed an add-in that automated many functions needed for schematic design, and that became AutoCAD Electrical a couple years later.