“ CAD designs are at a lesser risk of damage than paper drawings as they are easy to handle and convey. It requires less effort to draft multiple drawings.“
Computer Aided Design (CAD) is a replacement for paper-based architectural drawings. CAD designs are at a lesser risk of damage than paper drawings as they are easy to handle. It requires less effort to draft multiple drawings. With technology and a focused approach, architectural walkthroughs and 3D renderings can be based on the client’s requirements.
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