CAD and BIM are two terms that often come up in construction, architecture, and engineering projects. Architects, engineers, and project managers can use both of these technologies to plan and design projects more efficiently.
It is essential to consider the size, complexity, budget, and specific requirements of your industry when choosing a technology for your project. CAD may be more appropriate for smaller, simpler projects than BIM for larger projects.
In Computer Aided Design, things such as buildings, products, and structures are designed in 2D and 3D using computer programs. Technical drawings, blueprints, and schematics can be created with this software-based tool. It is easy and quick to create accurate and detailed drawings with CAD software.
Creating a virtual model of a building or structure is known as BIM or Building Information Modeling. An architect, an engineer, and a contractor can manage a construction project collectively…