Computer Aided Design (CAD) generates, modifies, and optimizes designs for parts and series of parts by using computer software. A CAD program used in the engineering fields of mechanical, aeronautical, or civil engineering can have extremely specific features.
To use CAD you must have a certain level of skill and a proper amount of practice as the process is a little complicated without the skillset. Due to the wide range of features that the software can offer, we have divided them into categories based on their expertise level: beginner, intermediate, and professional.
Programs to use on the beginner levels
Tinker CAD: With Tinker cad, beginners can create 3D designs online for free using Autodesk software. Using cylinders, triangles, circles, cones, or other shapes as building blocks, you can build models with the software. It is possible to move, rotate, and view any shape. Besides adding electronic circuits, Tinker-cad also allows you to write programs.