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Timeline of Cad.
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CAD By Kat Kelly and Dylan Elkins. http://www.articlesbase.com/software-articles/history-of-cad-112609.html http://www.cadazz.com/cad-software-history.htm 1970 Computer Aided Design (CAD) is the use of computer systems to help us to make the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design we have in our head. What is CAD? The first graphic system was made in the
mid 1950's for the US Air Force's SAGE
(Semi Automatic Ground
Environment) air defense system. 1990's 2000's http://mbinfo.mbdesign.net/CAD1960.htm http://www.cadalyst.com/cad/product-design/cad-a-glance-1982-2007-timeline-cadalyst039s-25th-anniversary-celebration-part-5- http://design.osu.edu/carlson/history/lesson10.html Dr. Patrick J. Hanratty, also known as "the Father of
CADD/CAM" for his contributions
to the field of computer-aided design and
manufacturing, developed PRONTO,
the first commercial numerical-control
programming system. 1957 1962 1969 In 1969 were founding Computervision and Applicon companies.
Computervision was created to produce systems for production drafting and in the same year it sold the first commercial CAD system to Xerox. Avions Marcel Dassault (AMD) purchased CADAM
(Computer-Augmented Drafting and Manufacturing)
software equipment licenses from Lockheed thus
becoming one of the very first CADAM customers. End of 70's 1950s 1950 1960s Bill Barnes established in his garage in Denver on 15 January 1962, Auto-trol and manufactureed the first product, a digitizer. Mr. Barnes named the company Auto-trol as a shortened version of automated control, which he had given to a product he developed in the 1950s. 1975 At the end of 70s a typical CAD system was a 16-bit minicomputer with maximum of 512 Kb memory and 20 to 300 Mb disk storage at a price of 125,000 USD. 125,000 USD back then is now worth (real price) 387,000- 404,000. http://www.caddcentre.ws/pdf/caddzoom-aug10.pdf http://www.measuringworth.com/uscompare/relativevalue.php?use2=a%3A7%3A%7Bi%3A0%3Bs%3A6%3A%22DOLLAR%22%3Bi%3A1%3Bs%3A12%3A%22GDPDEFLATION%22%3Bi%3A2%3Bs%3A3%3A%22VCB%22%3Bi%3A3%3Bs%3A9%3A%22UNSKILLED%22%3Bi%3A4%3Bs%3A7%3A%22MANCOMP%22%3Bi%3A5%3Bs%3A8%3A%22NOMGDPCP%22%3Bi%3A6%3Bs%3A10%3A%22NOMINALGDP%22%3B%7D&amount=125000&year_source=1979&year_result=2012&button=Submit 1989 1980's
In January, IBM introduces RT-PC and Profession CADAM 1986 C ships MicroCADAM, a CAD/CAM program which will become the best selling CAD product in Japan. Autodesk ships 3D Studio MAX version 2.5 1991 October Computervision Division of Prime Computer launches CADDS 5 1998 THANK YOU.
CoCreate Software Inc., a subsidary of Hewleet
Packard announced ME10 2000 the latest
version of its popular 2D CAD software, ME10 Autodesk released Inventor Release 4, on the first week of December. Inventor costs $4,995 at that time. 1995-1999 Work inspired by Ian Braid led to the release of mid-range packages such as SolidWorks in 1995, Solid Edge (then Intergraph) in 1996 and Autodesk Inventor in 1999. December 16 Feb Future We believe that in the future, CAD will develop more technology, which will gives us other options for other jobs. Soon In the future we will probably think that today's technology is like what we think about the software we have in the library.