CAID

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CAIDComputer Aided Industrial Design
CAIDComputer-Aided Industrial Design
CAIDConvention of American Instructors of the Deaf
CAIDCommon App ID (Identification; college application)
CAIDChronic Airway-Digestive Inflammatory Disease
CAIDCommunity Acquired Infections Division (Public Health Agency of Canada)
CAIDConservatives Against Intelligent Design (anti-creationism)
CAIDClear Accountability In Design
CAIDCanadian Association for Information Science
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The company uses computer-aided industrial design software from Alias Systems in Toronto.
Fakespace Systems Inc., a leader in immersive visualization systems, and Alias|Wavefront(TM), an SGI company and leading provider of software for computer-aided industrial design (CAID), are collaborating to advance interaction in design and virtual environments.
The 3-D files can be from the developer's computer-aided industrial design package or from a common CAD program.
Alias/Wavefront(TM), a SGI (NYSE:SGI) company, has developed an HP-UX version of its 3D computer-aided industrial design (CAID) software family, Studio/Tools(TM).
One Spanish automaker uses computer-aided industrial design software to design many of its models, such as the Salsa and the Tango.
Capability: Alias Studio Personal Learning Edition gives access to a large portion of the developer's computer-aided industrial design tools.
He did so by bringing in computer-aided industrial design technology that can be equally useful to both departments.
Capability: Studio Tool 9.5 is a computer-aided industrial design software tool that includes a two-dimensional paint capability integrated with the 3-D modeling process.
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