Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding configurations, part of SOLIDWORKS: Visualize.
- [Instructor] Inside of SOLIDWORKS Visualize…we have the ability to create multiple configurations…of our assembly.…Now, you might want to showcase one individual part…or showcase how things go together.…You might be wanting to be adding multiple pieces together…to create these configurations or create these groups…which you can than work with inside of…the visualization environment.…Let me show you how to do it.…Up here at the top we have this base configuration…and it's all we have.…Now, I can click over here on the New Configuration button…and now I have Configuration number 1.…
So now I can do different things to my configuration…and I can in fact even add more configurations…if I'd like to, click over here.…I've got Configuration 2 so I have now 1 and 2,…so let's go back to 1.…Over here on the right is that top-level model…and below that is the root folder,…and I have these individual parts here,…so in this configuration, for instance,…I can hide some of the stuff, I'm going to go hide this,…I'm going to hide that part, I'm going to go ahead…
- Navigating SOLIDWORKS Visualize
- Using selection tools
- Applying materials
- Adding a scene, a backplate, and lighting
- Rendering from multiple cameras
- Adding configurations
- Removing the background
- Rendering an animation
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Basic Navigation
4. Configurations and Groups
5. Image Output
Setting up an animation4m 16s
Next steps1m 18s
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