Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video SOLIDWORKS materials, part of SOLIDWORKS Rendering with PhotoView 360.
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Solidworks has a nice variety of materials pre-loaded…into the software, and if the material you want…isn't there, you can make your own material…or modify an existing material to suit your needs.…Physical, visual and lighting properties can all be adjusted and saved.…To get started, let's open the Material Properties tab in the left hand corner.…Notice it's the beach ball in the upper left.…And you can see the different materials here.…If I click on the beach ball there you can see…all the different various materials that are applied to the different surfaces.…Notice we're looking…at them in a history-based viewer.…I can also go down to alphabetical or I come down to hierarchy.…
If I click on Hierarchy and go to the end…under Parts I can see satin finish titanium has been applied.…To that material as well as this gold colour.…And I want to overwrite that so what I'm going to do is I'm…going to over here to the right…choose Appearance>Metal>Titanium and I want this brush…titanium look to be put it on there, so I'm going to…
- Prepping the model
- Applying materials and textures
- Working with glass
- Positioning the camera
- Adding lighting
- Rendering from multiple angles
- Outputting an image
- Animating your scene
Skill Level Intermediate
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