What Do Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Technicians Do?
A computer aided design and drafting technician (CADD) uses computer software to design plans for buildings and machines. A CADD technician may work in various industries, including engineering, construction, manufacturing, and architecture. Depending on the industry, the CADD technician may be responsible for creating original designs from a general idea or may act as an intermediary, creating electronic versions of technical drawings created by engineers or architects. CADD technicians may sp…Read more
- Use CADD software to modify, process and label drafting and architectural drawings.
- Integrate other sources of information or data by adding to drawings.
- Communicate with customers, engineers, and others about properties of drawings.
- Print, bind, and prepare physical copies of drawings.