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COMPUTER GENERATED MODELS
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The model below has been generated using CAD (Computer Aided Design) software. The furniture has been drawn individually and placed inside the computer generated room. The room can be rotated to almost every possible angle. This design can be shown to potential customers or a client and changes made according to his/her likes and dislikes. This saves time and money as the model can be altered using the software which is far more efficient than making a real model using materials.
The phone shown below has been designed using the same
CAD software. The client (an international communications company) have
been asked how they would like it changed so that it is exactly what they
want for there retail outlets.
The technologically advanced torch shown below has been
modelled so that the internal electronic parts can be seen. Making an
actual model to display this type of information would be virtually
impossible. However, a computer generated model can be animated to show
how the parts fit together. the outer casing can be made to look either
transparent or translucent. This would be difficult to achieve and be time
consuming if a real model was to be manufactured.
|Why would a real model take longer to
manufacture than creating the same product on CAD software?
What are the advantages of using Computer Aided Design software for modelling?
What are the disadvantages of modelling using computer software in comparison with a real model that can be picked up and handled?
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