Generic CADD

Generic CADD

An earlier popular and full-featured 2-D CADD package for DOS. Developed in the mid-1980s, it offered levels for beginner, intermediate and advanced users. Originally developed by Generic Software, Bothell, WA, Generic CADD was acquired by Autodesk in 1989 (www.autodesk.com). When Autodesk discontinued the product in 1997, it encouraged users to switch to AutoCAD LT. See General CADD Pro.
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In 1987, Jordan purchased a copy of Generic CADD, an affordable, easy-to-use, 2D design and drafting program also from AutoDesk.
Many of these students already use Generic CADD at their workplace and have no desire to learn a second design program that they may never use again.
Another popular 2-D package, with an installed base of over 250,000 users, is Generic CADD Level 3.
A low-cost package, Generic CADD, has proved to be well suited to our needs and is now used to train students.
Instead of just being a list of available Generic CADD commands, my new menus also show available components and macro commands.
a leader in the under-$500 CADD market, has announced an agreement under which Radio Shack will distribute Generic CADD Starter Kit and Generic CADD Level 3 through Tandy Corp.
publishes Generic CADD, a package that starts with a basic module and can be extended and modified for specific applications by adding other modules.

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