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Trusty desktop-based CAD software has been the staple of designers for decades. In the last few years however, there’s been growing interest in the potential of delivering CAD via the cloud – with plenty of claims and counterclaims about its strengths and weaknesses.
Despite all the hype, the cloud isn’t a silver bullet to all business problems – it’s just one new way of using your CAD software. For some designers, the cloud will be ideal, for others, not so much.
So, when is the cloud right for you, and how should you decide?
Learning Computer Aided Design (CAD) can open doors to a fascinating and challenging career. And, it’s a path with prospects too – demand for CAD designers is expected to grow at about 7% per year in the USA, and companies will be fighting over people with 3D design chops in particular.
So, with that outlook, it’s as good a time as any to learn CAD. But, what are your options for learning CAD, and how should you choose between them? Read this article to learn more.