Handbook Helps Managers Move From 2D To 3D CAD

Aug. 23, 2007
The handbook Moving from 2D to 3D CAD For Engineering Design: Challenges and Opportunities, by Louis Gary Lamit, provides a guide for engineering managers interested in migrating to 3D CAD.

The handbook Moving from 2D to 3D CAD For Engineering Design: Challenges and Opportunities, by Louis Gary Lamit, provides a guide for engineering managers interested in migrating to 3D CAD. Simple and straightforward explanations help readers make the transition while minimizing design downtime, avoiding expensive missteps, and easing internal discord. The book also provides valuable tips on evaluating 3D CAD software.

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