Unlocking Precision: The Importance of CAD As-Built Drawings

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asked Mar 19 in 3D Segmentation by HelenAnderson (1,440 points)

CAD as-built drawings refer to detailed and accurate representations of a structure or space created after construction is completed. These drawings are typically based on measurements taken during site inspections and are crucial for renovation, retrofitting, or maintenance purposes. They provide an accurate depiction of the actual conditions of a building, helping architects, engineers, and contractors make informed decisions and plan future projects effectively.


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