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LISP Routines Explained
Often while working in CAD, designers are required to perform multiple tasks to complete a desired process. This is where LISP routines come in. LISP routines process large amounts of data and combines multiple functions and commands into a single process.
Reducing the amount of individual interface with the program a CAD designer is required to perform is important in a few ways:
- It helps to standardize processes
- It saves time
- It can greatly increase our accuracy
Our CAD designers extensively use LISP routines to ensure accuracy and efficiency while reducing the amount of time spent designing systems. Have a question? Contact Ahern today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.