Computer aided drawing or, CAD has evolved immensely in the last few years and made life easier for an industrial designer. The age of free hand sketches is over and engineers these days rely a lot on Computer aided drawing (CAD). There are several advantages associated with CAD.
The first draft needs a lot of deliberations and discussions to make it meaningful according to the need and objectives of the project. Faster modification, addition and deletion in Computer aided drawing (CAD) makes it very useful. It also allows several people to work on the same project by providing easier data use. One can also archive a document without the fear of losing it.
Since, Computer aided drawing (CAD) is computerized, it remains safe and protected unlike handmade drawings which can be stolen, damaged or, lost. Computer aided drawing also allows faster drawing since lines and shapes can be drawn quickly and all related tasks can be easily automated. Also, Computer aided drawing ensures extreme precision and is less prone to mistakes.