Alter the look of a surface or solid body without affecting its physical engineering properties. There's a ton of commonly used appearances that can be applied and selected from the Fusion 360 default library.
- [Instructor] Hi, in this lesson, we will discover…appearance in Fusion 360.…Before we begin, let's remove some of the unnecessary bodies…in our model.…Right-click, selecting Remove.…And one of the techniques to produce a good quality render…is to round off sharp edges in our model.…So let's zoom in on our protruding text.…
I'm going to hit F for filet.…Zooming out and creating a window selection…to select all those text.…Let's key in….1 for the radius.…Let's inspect, filet applied.…In order for us to change the appearance of our model,…we can simply head to Modify and select Appearance.…
In addition, the Appearance dialog box can also be accessed…in Patch, Sheet Metal, and of course, Render.…By default, the initial material of our bodies is still…satin.…Let's take note that physical material…affects engineering properties.…Notice our bodies has the property of steel…and appearance…affects the colors…of bodies, components, and faces.…
In addition, it can override the colors assigned…through physical material.…Let's begin applying appearance.…
- Inserting a reference image
- Revolving a sketch
- Embossing the text
- Creating labels
- Applying appearance
- Working with scene settings
- Local rendering
- Setting the scene
- Conducting and rendering the motion study
Skill Level Beginner
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