CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing) are two crucial tools in modern industrial design and manufacturing. CAD enables the 3D design and visualization of products and components using computer systems. This allows designers to iterate and optimize quickly during the design process.

CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing) converts CAD-designed models into specific manufacturing processes. This includes selecting materials, programming machining operations, and generating code sequences interpretable by CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines.

This integration of computer-based design and manufacturing enables faster, more efficient, and more accurate product development and manufacturing, reducing the possibility of errors and increasing productivity. With CAD/CAM systems, designers and manufacturers can keep pace with the rapid changes in the industry and market demands.

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