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Take these tutorials on automotive surfacing and learn how to create a production-ready model of a Formula 1 racing wheel with Class A surfaces in Alias.
Turn your 3D scans into personalized, custom products with Tinkercad, a free and easy-to-use 3D modeling program.
Learn to master a wide variety of AutoCAD's 3D modeling tools while modeling a complex spiral staircase.
Learn to scan a 3D object with your smartphone or camera and the free 123D Catch app from Autodesk.
Take your drawings from 2D to 3D with AutoCAD. Learn to model a building, complete with doors, windows, a staircase, a roof, and surrounding terrain, with AutoCAD 2015.
Render product shots in their best light with Maya and After Effects.
Present product renderings in their best light with 3ds Max and After Effects.
Model and render a fully realized Formula 1 steering wheel from an initial product concept sketch.
Make construction models that work for everyone on your team. Learn how to use Revit's parts, assemblies, and displacement views to break your model down and add detail and refinement.
Kicks off the AutoCAD 2014 Essentials series with a complete tour of the interface and the drawing features.
Start incorporating all the new features from AutoCAD 2014 into your CAD workflow, including command-line data access, georeferencing, and reality capture.
Explore the world of references—a tool that allows you to link and reuse external content in AutoCAD.
Shows how to create and edit text and dimensions in your drawings, and control the appearance of those annotations using styles.
Concentrates on the AutoCAD tools and features dedicated to organizing and editing geometry in this design program.
Concentrates on the particulars of creating basic geometry in AutoCAD, including drawing and editing lines and shapes.
Elaborates on the basics of core elements in Revit such as walls and floors, and digs into more specialized features such as in-place families, adaptive components, and the massing environment.
CAD support specialist Brian Meyers shows how to build plans for an American-style bungalow from scratch using the tools in Revit.
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