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    CAD is a major part for a garments industry. In this department they create pattern/ marker as per sample or buyers requirement. CAD or Computer-aided design has brought a revolution in the Textile Industry. The time consuming and cumbersome process of textile designing has been made easier by CAD. Now thoughtful and innovative designs are available to the textile designers and textile manufacturers at the click of a mouse. When the products in pre-manufacturing stage are designed with the help of computer-based tools, it is termed as CAD or Computer-aided design. Sometimes the acronyms such as CADD or CAID are also used which stand for "Computer-aided design and drafting" and “Computer-aided Industrial Design” respectively. These terms are mostly used in the sectors related to the manufacturing of engineering goods. As far as textile industry is related, CAD is generally used for interpreting computerized designing. It includes both, software and sometimes special-purpose hardware. •…

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    Working drawings should have top and side, or profile, views. An accurate working drawing is important for two reasons: A copy of the working drawing serves as a template for rough-cutting your car blank. You might be required to submit your working drawing. It could be part of your grade or even be scored for competition points. Many car kits include a large sheet of grid paper intended for the working drawing. Start by measuring and drawing the top and side views of the car blank and then…

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    Computer aided design is substantially quicker, progressed and precise. It can be utilized to impart better as there is less mix-ups and better readability. It likewise attempts to the models naturally, additionally decreasing the odds of slip-ups. Generally speaking, CAD expands the benefit of organizations as it is so flexible and versatile. In spite of the expenses of this product, its adds to the nature of the final result/segment and spares significantly more time. In this way,…

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    that he is responsible to work in two separate departments, taking care of all drawings and also work with production team to sort quality issues and make improvements in fabrication. If there are any improvements to be made to the product, he can inspect and take it back to the drawing board and produce even better and efficient product design. He also works on custom projects beginning from the design stage till the end of production. My third question to him was about; How does he like his…

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    The school is very old, and therefore it is in need of many updates. The ceiling leaks, the floors are cracked, and teachers are short on resources. Several classes are not able to supply proper materials because the school is unwilling to pay for updated books and software. Rather than shelling out thousands of dollars for Chromebooks, the school could have provided repairs and resources that would enrich the learning environment. Multiple teachers were denied updated textbooks and software…

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    Often the most widely consumed by the general public, architectural renderings are oddly inconsequential in the actual realization of a physical building or structure. Clearly the most common way to engage with a piece of architecture is to simply be there, experiencing the space first hand as the designer intended it. However, when entering the beginning stages of the long architectural process clients understandably prefer to have some idea of what they are investing their time and money in…

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    Pt1420 Unit 3 Assignment

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    The question I wish to answer is why BBP formulas are so much better at calculating pi than any other method that came before it. I find it interesting that this method only provides the exact digit of pi in question and does not require the calculation of any of the previous digits of pi. For all of the methods that proceeded it like the polygon approximation and infinite series methods, each digit was required to be calculated before the next one could be found. Another compelling fact is that…

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    When I look at today 's world, it is hard to imagine another field that is going to change our society as much as computer technology does. I believe in the vision illustrated in Jeremy Rifkin 's book “The Zero Marginal Cost Society” that the emerging technology infrastructure – the Internet of Things (IoT) – will connect everyone and everything, use Big Data, analytics and algorithms to increase productivity and efficiency, and lower the marginal cost of producing and sharing to near zero. I…

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    Because of his involvement with computer software and programming, safety issues often come up in his job field. Ramirez points out that after the Sony hack attack from North Korea no one is really safe when it comes to cybersecurity. One of the best things a software engineer could do is to be more mindful of his duties and increase his own security. This action should then lead to increased security amongst employees, and in turn lead to an increase on security for the company overall.…

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    a layout which when realized will satisfy all the given requirements. The requirements given can be broadly categorized as Dimensional and Topological. While the former deals with the issues of a space’s length, width, height or orientation, the latter considers the relationship between two spaces, for example: the adjacency or proximity. Apart from these two domains, cultural requirements also play a big role which generally give the artistic touch to a design based on the contemporary…

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