Using BIM You Don’t Draw as Much as with CAD


Using Building Information Modeling (BIM) means you don’t get to draw as much as you might when using Computer-Aided Design (CAD). Instead, you assemble or add building components. BIM requires a different mindset from CAD. Keep this distinction in mind as you transition from a traditional 2D AutoCAD workflow to a more BIM oriented 3D method using programs such as AutoCAD Architecture or Revit Architecture.

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