History of CAD - Virtual Learning

Originally published at: https://claremontmakerspace.org/2020/12/01/history-of-cad-virtual-learning/


Computer-Aided Design has helped transform our World. Join us for fun and informative event where we will take a look at how CAD was developed (MIT) and why it has rapidly evolved into a powerful tool that nearly every Designer and Engineer uses today. John Nolin, Senior Applications Engineer for SolidXperts, with his 35 year of CAD experience will leave you with a much greater appreciation of the CAD tools available today. He is also the Chairman for ASME/NNE and routinely presents on Additive Manufacturing, Model Based Engineering, and related topics. History of CAD will occur on December 8th at 1 PM. For more information and how to register, please visit here.

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