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CAD stands for computer aided design
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CAD Stands for computer-aided design and drafting.
Cad stands for: Computer Aided Design Cam is used to manufacture products. The term CAD/CAM implies both for designing a product and for controlling Design manufact…uring processes. Cam stand for: Computer Aided Manufacturing
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CAM is Computer Aided Manufacturing, and is associated with CNC machines (Computer Numeric Control). CAD is Computer Aided Design, which is making drawings and plans using sof…tware on a computer instead of on paper. There is also CAE, Computer Aided Engineering, which is computer simulation of physical objects and events.
cad and cam are both linked together, as they are both computer soft-wares that control machinery :D i hope this awnser might help some people :D thank you x
Advantages of CAD/CAM are . Higher Productivity . Reduced Design Time . Less Time Required for Modifications . More Accurate Designs . Repeatability
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A "CAD" is a man who is charming or good looking, a handsome devil. A man who behaves dishonorably, esp. toward a woman A "CAM" is A projection on a rotating part in machine…ry, designed to make sliding contact with another part while rotating and impart reciprocal parts. Another answer: CAD means computer aided design. CAM means computer aided manufacturing.
cad stands for computer aided design bet u new =]) and cam is as u can guess.... its generally used to build things before you do like to test structures to see if they are st…able that king of thing --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Actually a CAD program is used to design anything from a simple part to a complex assembly. It is also used to generate a solid model of the part in question. When you finish with the design work the CAM program will take the part and this is where you generate the tool paths for cutting the part on a CNC machine. Once the tool paths are completed the CAM program will then run the tool paths through a translater known as a post processor which interpolates the tool paths into actual code the CNC machine can understand. With the material loaded into the CNC machine (with aluminum, steel, plastic, etc) the machine operator then starts the process and when completed you will either have a completed part or a completed component of a more complex assembly.
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cad is a 2d drawing then use cam the laser cutter and turn it into a 3d model
Often Computer-Aided Design or Computer-Aided Drafting.
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