CADAM

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CADAM
Developer(s)Dassault Systemes
Stable releaseCADAM Drafting V5R19 SP1 / October 29, 2008
Operating systemAIX, HP-UX, SGI-[IRIX], SunOS, Windows, MS-DOS
Websitewww.cadam.com
 
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CADAM
Developer(s)Dassault Systemes
Stable releaseCADAM Drafting V5R19 SP1 / October 29, 2008
Operating systemAIX, HP-UX, SGI-[IRIX], SunOS, Windows, MS-DOS
Websitewww.cadam.com

CADAM (Computer-Augmented Design And Manufacturing) is a CAD-related product that was developed by Lockheed. CADAM is/was software originally written for IBM mainframes and later ported to UNIX workstations. A variant of CADAM called Micro CADAM was also developed, which also ran on PCs under DOS.

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