Adding labels in a product raises a new dimension in presentation and conveying information.
- [Instructor] Hi everyone, in this video…we will be creating the bottle sticker label.…Before we begin, let's make sure that our workspace…is spatch, adding up to create and selecting offset.…Make sure the change selection is disabled.…Let's select this face, this one, and this one.…The distance to be zero, hitting okay.…Next, hitting R for rectangle.…
Let's sketch on our XY plane.…Zooming in, I'm going to create a quick rectangle…holding control to disable inferred constraints.…Left click, and hitting escape.…Let's delete this constraints.…Holding control and left clicking, hitting delete.…Next, let's select this vertical line…and this horizontal line.…
Right click and select perpendicular.…Same with this corner.…Vertical line, horizontal line, right click,…and select perpendicular.…Zooming out, let's define the width.…Hitting D for dimension.…Selecting our horizontal lines, and keying in 20.…Hit escape.…Hitting M and selecting our sketch by a window selection.…
Going to zoom out and grab our rotate panel.…Grabbing our planar handle to refining this.…
- 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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