Working with glass


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Working with glass

Materials like glass can be extremely difficult to work with. Not only are they transparent, but they also have reflectivity and emissivity. In this case here we're looking at the piece of glass here that covers the watch face. And if open that part up, I can take a look at it. Notice it's kind of hard to choose it, so you have to hold down the Shift key and pick that top face to actually select it. Now I can change the transparency. You can see it. I can fill it all the way in. Now if I click on that part, I can open the part, and notice I've got a glass material applied to this at the component level. If I go back to the assembly level, notice if I click on this little arrow here to show the display pane, it pops up.

You can see that material there actually has two materials applied. It's got one on the component level, and one on the assembly level, and what I want to do is I want to get rid of those. That's a really important part of dealing with components at this level is remo...

Working with glass
Video duration: 3m 50s 1h 50m Intermediate

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Working with glass provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Gabriel Corbett as part of the SOLIDWORKS Rendering with PhotoView 360

Subjects:
3D + Animation CAD
Software:
SOLIDWORKS
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