The acronym CAD comes from the English expression Computer Aided Design. It involves the use of computer technology to aid in the design of a product. In the case that concerns us now, it would involve designing housings for communications devices. In short, CAD is the drawing or graphical tool that replaces the traditional drawing board in drafting the design object.
3D printing, also known as direct digital manufacturing or additive manufacturing, has come to revolutionize every sector of industry; at the design level, building prototypes and even serial production, producing fully functional parts for the most demanding of applications quickly, cheaply and accurately.
A carefully honed brand image is an inescapable premise for anyone who wants their product to standout in the market, particularly given the importance of design. The IT field is no exception to this. So how can we bring added value through styling? (more…)