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LISP Routines Explained

Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Ahern Employee

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:

  1. It helps to standardize processes
  2. It saves time
  3. 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 jfainfo@jfahern.com.

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