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Computer Aided Design

Computer Aided Design (CAD) is the act of using computers to design an object. CAD techniques follow standard engineering design and drafting procedures, but use a computer to help speed up the process.

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Why does not your dwg file show the preview of drawings in GstarCAD?

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Asked by Derrick022

The reason why the DWG is not showing the preview of the drawings in GstarCAD is because GstarCAD needs to save the thumbnail. The way to save the thumbnail is Tools>Options>Open and then Save.

How do use autocad?

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To use AutoCAD you need to learn the basic of commands used. To further facilitate the study it, you can learn with a friend or someone close to you who understands how to use the AutoCAD program.

What are developing tools in multimedia?

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Here are some multimedia developing tools that I found:

-Adobe Photoshop

-Adobe ImageReady

-Adobe Illustrator

-Adobe PageMaker

-Adobe Acrobat

-Macromedia Flash

-Macromedia Generator

-Macromedia Director

-Macromedia Fireworks

-Macromedia Dreamweaver

How do you make an Omegle like site?

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You can make a chatting website at webs.com.

How can I animate my pictures?

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If you're using PhotoShop under window menu open the Animation Palette. Build your animation there and save as .gif

You can find a mountain of tutorials for it on YouTube if you need more help,

What are the components of a CPU and their functions?

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.1. ALU.Arithmetic logic unit-does the actual comparison that need to be processed,control unit-this control and cordinate computer components.registers temperally store it has to read a data from a memory bafa registers

What is meant by distribution transparency?

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For many, it means that you provide high-levelabstractions which hide network location behind an impenetrable wall. In such a system, a process can'tknow where it is executing, even when it wants and needs to know. And in such a system, it isn't so much that networking is transparent as that it is hidden behind an opaque brick wall. More prosaically, transparent distribution means that executing on a remote CPU is a non-event, no more exceptional than executing on a particular one of the local CPUs. You may specify execution on a particular remote CPU just as you would specify execution on a particular one of the local CPUs. Similarly for accessing of remote data.

How can you install 32 bit autocad 2008 into a 64 bit windows?

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When installing, Windows should automatically detect your OS and install 64-bit.

However, if it is a 32 bit disc and you are running it on a 64 bit system, it should work, yet if your computer has more than 3GB of RAM (4GB, for instance), the maximum memory that will be used on autocad is most likely 3GB.

There is no difference installing a 32 bit application on a 64 bit operating system. All 64 bit windows OS's can default to 32 bit operation.

However if you attempt to install a 64 bit program in a 32 bit system it will warn you and refuse to install.

""" it is wrong answer, it gives and error

This is 32-bit Autocad 2008. It can not be installed on 64-bit Windows

whats the problem"""""

How Do you calculate the area of pipe?

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Start with the maximum flow speed (metres per second) for your liquid, then mutiply by the area of the pipe in square metres, the result is maximum volume flow rate in cubic metres per second.

What is the difference between ascending and descending order?

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Ascending means increasing (usually numbers but could be alphabetic). Descending is the opposite.

81, 121, 100, 169, 11, 9, 14; sorted in ascending order is: 9, 11, 14, 81, 100, 121, 169.

The letters Q A B T U Y G H, sorted in descending order are: Y U T Q H G B A

What is the difference between cad and autocad?

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CAD stands for "Computer-Aided Design," while CADD stands for "Computer-Aided Design and Drafting." Both terms are used in the context of design and engineering to describe the use of computer technology to assist in the creation, modification, analysis, and optimization of designs and drawings. However, there is a subtle difference between the two terms:

CAD (Computer-Aided Design):

CAD refers to the use of computer software to create digital representations of objects, products, buildings, or other designs. It encompasses a broad range of design activities, including 2D drafting, 3D modeling, simulation, visualization, and analysis. CAD software allows designers and engineers to create accurate and detailed drawings, models, and plans that can be easily edited, shared, and modified. CAD is primarily focused on the design aspect of the process.

CADD (Computer-Aided Design and Drafting):

CADD is a term that includes both computer-aided design and drafting. While CAD emphasizes the design aspect, CADD places a stronger emphasis on the drafting component. Drafting refers to the creation of detailed technical drawings that are used for manufacturing, construction, or other technical purposes. In the context of CADD, the software not only enables design creation but also provides tools for generating accurate and standardized technical drawings, annotations, dimensions, and other information necessary for the manufacturing and construction processes.

What is the full form of ieee standard 802.3?

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MAC addresses are formed

according to the rules of one of

three numbering name spaces

managed by the Institute of

Electrical and Electronics Engineers

(IEEE)

What is the function of netstat?

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Used to see which active TCP connections are open and running on a networked host. Lists the protocols in use, the local address and port number, the destination address and port number and the state of the connection.

What features would you expect to find in a CAD application?

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I would expect to find drawing tool

What is the purpose of the automatic voltage regulator?

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The purpose of an adjustable voltage regulator is to have a regulator that can give out variable voltages. This is in contrast to a fixed voltage regulator which only outputs one voltage, which it is rated for.

To allow for adjustable voltage, usually the resistors on the output of the regulator just need to be swapped for different values to give differing output voltages.

What is forward reference in one pass assembler?

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When one pass assembler constructing the object code, if it finds usage of the variables before the declaration then forward reference problem will occur.

To avoid forward reference problem:

i) Declare the symbols before using it

ii) Use more than one pass assembler(multi pass assembler)

What things that are made on CAD?

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small drawings that you need to use a computer like butterflies

Computer-aided design is primarily used by?

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By product designers. It can also be used by engineers or architects.

What are the reasons for implementing a cad system?

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to create and modify appearance of objects.

What does cad mean in technology terms?

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CAD stands for computer-aided design and drafting (CADD). It is technology for design and technical documentation, it is the use of computers to aid in the creation ,modification, analysis of a design.

Where in industry is CAD and CAM used?

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i dont know how but i know that engineering industries do!

sorry... dont know anymore

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What are requirements for software and hardware of CAD?

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any computer can do it. All you need is a basic 2D/3D GPU depending if it is 2D or 3D CAD. The min spec of the computer is very minimal. It would probably run on a Pentium 3, and all other components will be OK as long as they were made less than 10 years ago. CAD isn't very demanding at all