2D (Two Dimensional)

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2D drawing

A 2D drawing is a drawing that sits in only the X and Y axis. More simply, a 2D drawing is flat and has a width and length but no depth or thickness. There is no shade and shadow and therefore little realism in a 2D drawing.

Computer aided design systems began to provide more capability than just an ability to reproduce manual drafting with electronic drafting, the cost benefit for companies to switch to CAD became apparent. The benefit of CAD systems over manual drafting are the capabilities one often takes for granted from computer systems today; automated generation of Bill of Material, auto layout in integrated circuits, interference checking, and many others. Eventually CAD provided the designer with the ability to perform engineering calculations. During this transition, calculations were still performed either by hand or by those individuals who could run computer programs. CAD was a revolutionary change in the engineering industry, where draftsmen, designers and engineering roles begin to merge. It did not eliminate departments, as much as it merged departments and empowered draftsman, designers and engineers. CAD is just another example of the pervasive effect computers were beginning to have on industry.


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Design 98%

Uniqueness 96%

Inputs 94%

Timing 95%

Auto CAD
Autodesk Inventor
QCAD
FreeCAD is General Public Licensed

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