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18th Feb 2009, 03:23 pm
what program do you use for rendering??
18th Feb 2009, 04:00 pm
Solidworks. There is an add in if you go to your tools menu>add-ins, its called photoworks. there is also a program that came with my version called photoview360. go to the showcase forum and look for the the thread solidworks09 renders
18th Feb 2009, 04:03 pm
do you know other programs??
what program do you use??
18th Feb 2009, 05:11 pm
i use Solidworks09 and i use solidworks to render. I dont use any external programs to render. these two were drawn in SW09 and i rendered them in Photoview 360 which came with my solidworks package
18th Feb 2009, 05:12 pm
i assumed since you posted this in the solidworks forum that you were using solidworks. Acad08 had the mentalray render engine and is very good as well.
18th Feb 2009, 05:20 pm
my friend told me about Linceovr 3.0...have you ever heard about it??
18th Feb 2009, 08:35 pm
sorry i havent. Its only been very recent that i started rendering things. hopefully someone will chime in for you
25th Feb 2009, 02:00 pm
I was quite impressed with the rendered output from solidworks as far as the lighting goes but I wasn't impressed with the available options for creating textures so would always favour 3DS Max for rendering objects with materials.
4th Mar 2009, 10:39 pm
Those things look more like pictures, Shift.
5th Mar 2009, 02:13 pm
SW makes it easy to do with small parts/assemblies. When you are dealing with environments like spittle there. I think it becomes more difficult to alter settings like in other programs, but i havent dealt with that.
i think spittles renders look great!
10th Mar 2009, 07:57 pm
Thought these images would display the filename. To be clear, image 1 is done in Solidworks, number 2 in Max.
11th Mar 2009, 01:49 pm
is solidworks something like ACAD??? because i havent use solidworks but my brother says that is better than ACAD
11th Mar 2009, 02:44 pm
Solidworks is like Inventor. Nothing like autocad:)
15th Apr 2009, 01:34 pm
I use Hypershot and have to say its by far the easiest render program i used. Compared to vray for 3dmax, , you can get very similar results without any trouble at all. Great program.
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