Learn about some additional collaborative actors, such as arrows, to indicate explode and assembly, cutting planes to show internal items, and measurement tools to give precise measurements and dimensions.
- [Instructor] Now we'll just take a quick look…at some additional commonly used collaborative actors.…So again, I'll navigate to my author tab,…as that's where most of my collaboration actors are held,…and here we can see we have a whole number…of commands available to us.…One of the more commonly used…is cutting planes, over on my right hand side,…and I can generate any cutting plane I'd like…to help show some internals to my product.…
So I'll hit the create dropdown,…I have a few different options here,…I can create a plane from any three points,…or I can just hit create,…and this will create a cutting plane…normal to whatever surface I'm selected on.…So let's say if I click about here,…and you can see that cutting plane…has automatically been generated…and thrown into my view port.…Now once still highlighted on my cutting plane,…I can click and drag the plane to move,…so I can change how far I'd like to cut into my products.…
I also have a whole number of additional properties.…Again, being a collaborative actor,…
- Composer terminology
- Creating your first view and image output
- Changing actor and background properties
- Using the transform tools
- Inserting explode lines
- Adding textures
- Working with a Bill of Materials (BOM)
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Detailed Images
3. Explode Images
4. Marketing Images
5. Working with Bill of Materials
6. Introduction to Simple Animations
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