Applying materials to an assembly


show more Applying materials to an assembly provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 New Features show less
please wait ...

Applying materials to an assembly

Now that our wagon assembly is finished and we are familiar with using the new Materials Browser, it's time to apply photorealistic materials to our assembly. To do that I'm going to click to Render tab. Then I'll come down in the Materials panel and we'll open up the Materials Browser. Let's dock this palette to the interface. To do that, I'll click and hold down this bar, I'll drag it to the right side of the screen, and I'll release. I'd like to do one more thing. Let's restore our saved rendered view over here on the left.

To do that, I'll click the Home tab, I'll come down to the View panel, and we'll open up the Unsaved View menu, and I'll select Rendered View. Now, if you look in the Documents Materials area, you can see that there is already a material in this drawing. This is the Linen-White material and it was in the original assembly file. This material is being used for the table underneath the wagon. I'd like to add a ...

Applying materials to an assembly
Video duration: 6m 2s 3h 46m Intermediate

Viewers:

Applying materials to an assembly provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 New Features

Subject:
CAD
Software:
AutoCAD
Author:
please wait ...