Visualize rendered content
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Hello Visualize Community!

 

I'd like to start a thread where we can share our Visualize images, animations, and other rendered content for feedback from the community. I will also use this thread as the single place to select Visualize Featured Users, a recurring blog post with an interview and your images!

 

Post away and don't forget to use the social media hashtags #swvisualize #gettinvizzy on Facebook and Twitter!

 

Visualize Standard is free for all SOLIDWORKS Professional & Premium users on active Subscription. Learn more about Visualize right here.

 

Don't forget to follow me on Twitter (@bhillner) for product news and updates!

 

Thanks,

Brian HILLNER

Product Manager | SOLIDWORKS Visualize

 

To get this party started...he's a few of my own:

Ferrari F12.jpg

 

Panerai Watch.jpg

 

C7 Corvette.jpg

BUNKSPEED_Ruby Ring_1.jpg

Camaro_HDRLS-2.jpg


Categories: SOLIDWORKS Visualize

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Last comment By: Chris Cunningham   Tue, 20 Feb 2018 20:25:51 GMT
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Stefano Falchi Also try different HDR's. The studio ones do a great job of reflections on glass.

By: Chris Cunningham  Wed, 29 Nov 2017 18:55:07 GMT
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nice!... btw,.. did you see (what looks to be the hdr) reflection on the floor? (image attached)

flr 6.png

By: Paul Salvador  Wed, 29 Nov 2017 19:00:48 GMT
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Yes I saw the surface which is on ground. I do not know why but sometimes Visualize is bringing extra-surface on model.

By: BARIŞ KILINÇ  Thu, 30 Nov 2017 05:46:08 GMT
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Very Impressive Chris!

Loving the garage image......

 

Dave.

By: Dave Bear  Thu, 30 Nov 2017 10:22:32 GMT
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Hey John!

Nice work buddy. Being a "Wood" man myself I like the way you correctly used the woodgrain. End-grains, mitre-joints etc. Well done!

 

Dave.

By: Dave Bear  Thu, 30 Nov 2017 10:29:19 GMT
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I don't know if you are all familiar with Daniel Simon or Singer Vehicle Design, but they recently announced a new project, and released some press photos. Up until Daniel said otherwise, everyone thought that these were actual product photographs. The vehicle is the green one on their home page that has orange interior (Singer Vehicle Design | Restored. Reimagined. Reborn). Any shots you find of it are renderings. Oh, and one more thing... THEY WERE ALL RENDERED ON SOLIDWORKS VISUALIZE!

 

singer-dls-k-4000px-online-1510667639.jpg

By: Rey Alonso  Fri, 01 Dec 2017 16:52:50 GMT
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How did he get the lighting just right on the inside of the car? Is there a setting some where in Visualize that I am missing? I have been having such a hard time rending internal environments like this.

By: Chris Cunningham  Fri, 01 Dec 2017 19:20:14 GMT
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When your name is Daniel Simon, things just work out.

 

All kidding aside, I've been actively trying to inconspicuously pick his brain all the while convincing him to do some tutorials. I have no idea, but it is perfection. Even the heat coating distortion spots on the rear window. It is spectacular. His work is AMAZING! Check him out. His render box has nearly $50k worth of video cards, so these renderings probably took no time to render.

By: Rey Alonso  Sat, 02 Dec 2017 01:27:25 GMT
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An Alfa Romeo hood badge I modeled in Solidworks and rendered with Visualize.

 

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By: Dave Goetsch  Sun, 03 Dec 2017 00:40:17 GMT
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SOLIDWORKS VISUALIZE

PORCHE2--.jpg

By: BARIŞ KILINÇ  Mon, 04 Dec 2017 14:22:55 GMT
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Chris, interior lighting is pretty easy:

1) Click anywhere in your (compressed) model tree

2) Create some shaped solid and scale it to size

3) Put some kind of emissive on it

4) Adjust placement, color, brightness, and direction

5) Click "Faded" for the object and your emissive object will "disappear" leaving only the illumination.

 

Of course, you can't preview the effect in anything other than accurate mode.

By: Rich Fagioli  Mon, 04 Dec 2017 14:37:42 GMT
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Great tip Rich ,

 

also if you are using viz pro 2018 give the new one click area lights a try as well , they have the major advantage of working in Fast mode

By: Scott Ellery  Mon, 04 Dec 2017 15:22:26 GMT
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"Faded" is a game changer!!! Thank you Rich Fagioli revamping so many scenes right now!!

By: Chris Cunningham  Mon, 04 Dec 2017 16:03:28 GMT
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Red_Mustang.jpg

By: Chris Cunningham  Mon, 04 Dec 2017 16:59:43 GMT
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"Faded" is a game changer!!!

 

....revamping so many scenes right now!!

Ha ha! Hope you get overtime!

By: Rich Fagioli  Mon, 04 Dec 2017 17:29:30 GMT
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By: John Stoltzfus  Tue, 05 Dec 2017 17:23:54 GMT
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Canada's favorite cottage game , Your grandparents probably own it. CROKINOLE!

 

Crokinole 1.png

By: Scott Ellery  Tue, 05 Dec 2017 19:37:28 GMT
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Beautiful car render, Chris!! You've really nailed the finish!

By: Andreas Olofsson  Wed, 06 Dec 2017 08:25:40 GMT
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We love Visualize

 

SILVER.jpg

By: BARIŞ KILINÇ  Fri, 08 Dec 2017 12:51:53 GMT
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Concept vs built.  Went from napkin drawing to reality in 4 months.

By: Arthur McRae  Fri, 08 Dec 2017 16:51:37 GMT
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Ferrari on Quickjack BL 5000 SLX brighter QJ.jpg

By: Chris Cunningham  Mon, 11 Dec 2017 23:00:03 GMT
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MerrMerryChristmas.jpgy Christmas!

By: Peter Hildebrandt  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 17:20:18 GMT
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That look so nice!! Chris Cunningham, I've recently done this one, but the tyres...gosh...I can't get them well

 

F1_Camera_Camera 3.jpgF1 2.png

By: Stefano Falchi  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 18:44:27 GMT
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Stefano Falchi Drop the whole model down a hair so the bottom of the tires go into the ground and it looks like some weight is on them. Change tire material to"generic" material and add a dirt/scratched/distressed color overlay blend. Then for side walls add tire decal bump overlay. That should help out.

 

By: Chris Cunningham  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 19:01:40 GMT
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Chris Cunningham Thanks!...I'm going to do it...I'll show the results later...

By: Stefano Falchi  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 19:05:39 GMT
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Does anyone have any water drop texture recommendations? Or material suggestions for getting a more photo-realistic render than this?

 

By: Chris Cunningham  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 20:21:08 GMT
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Hi Chris,to show the water drops,try to use back/sidelight.Spot or directional light will

create crispy highlights on top of the drops.

By: Peter Hildebrandt  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 22:11:09 GMT
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Hi Stefano,the material of the tire is to glossy.Make it more dull and change the color to dark grey.

A grunge texture with radial mapping gives a used look.

By: Peter Hildebrandt  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 22:33:43 GMT
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Hi Chris,

 

I assume you're trying to get the droplets by using a bump/specular maps of some sort?  It's tough to do a super great job without some geometry (In a sub-d modeling package you could randomize actual droplets of geometry on the surface and go hog wild).  But using just a texture...  eh...

 

I tried a low res screengrab of a "raindrop" normal from www.poliigon.com.  Created it as a Glass appearance and then combined with the carpaint in a Multi-Layer appearance... 

 

It's OK...  Maybe a bit too "wet" for this example and texture scale/size.  But you could play with that...

By: Ron Bates  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 22:42:34 GMT
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Ron....   For a Quickie that looks great!

A bit of tweaking like you say and that would look Awesome. I always love your input in this Forum.

By: Dave Goetsch  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 03:13:14 GMT
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Ron Bates!! That looks so good!! Thanks. I know in the scope of everything on the Visualize team's docket this might be at the bottom of the list. But any chance of someone going through the appearance section on the Visualize Help page and adding image examples to each appearance material type with a screen shot of how to accomplish the effect?

 

2017 SOLIDWORKS Visualize Help - Appearance Types

By: Chris Cunningham  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 16:15:22 GMT
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what is the difference between visualize and PhotoView 360?

By: David Matula  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 17:15:04 GMT
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Part of a product advertisement draft:

 

GasCellAd-Part.jpg

 

These are gas cells used by analytical chemists in their FTIR spectrometers. We've modified and improved the industry-standard configuration in some important ways and needed the renders ahead of the first prototypes which are going right to waiting customers. So that the render looks integrated into the rest of its background, I had to render using a customized HDR environment that included orange bits. These orange bits you can now see reflected in the metal parts as well as the glass.

 

Without the custom-made environment, the render simply looked like it had been cut out of a magazine and pasted on the background.

By: Rich Fagioli  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:10:27 GMT
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That looks fantastic! Great job with setting up the transparent appearance. The orange in the HDR definitely blends everything in!

By: Chris Mowatt  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:16:25 GMT
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Stefano Falchi - i dig this model...very nice job. Helps that i'm and F1 fan.

 

Would you be willing to share this model with us at SolidWorks so that it can be used in demos/marketing collateral? (We'll probably have to strip the logos or replace them with made up ones) If so, please email me at david.randle@3ds.com and i'll work with you.

 

Thank so much

By: David Randle  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 19:37:40 GMT
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Geez, that's a fantastic Render Rich. I would have never know it wasn't a photo of real product unless you told us.

By: Mark Jackson  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 19:37:43 GMT
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Preparing our Holiday social media blast. Here's the rough draft. Love how easy and fast Visualize is! Merry Christmas BendPak.jpg

By: Chris Cunningham  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 21:11:58 GMT
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Old model and new shot.

 

t5_LB (2).jpg

By: Stephan Tobias  Wed, 20 Dec 2017 09:46:44 GMT
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Hi everyone,

Is someone know that how to achive this surface by using Visualize or which texture can do it ?

IMG_0437.jpg

By: BARIŞ KILINÇ  Fri, 29 Dec 2017 09:06:53 GMT
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I would try maybe a hammered metal texture like these ones from textures.com - https://www.textures.com/download/metalbare0252/130311

 

they look pretty close and you can make some of the mappings here : NormalMap-Online

By: Scott Ellery  Fri, 29 Dec 2017 19:46:48 GMT
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Hi, perhaps this will help you.MetalGalvanized0017_L.jpgMetalBare0141_2_S.jpg

By: Peter Hildebrandt  Sat, 30 Dec 2017 19:20:21 GMT
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Thank you, I think it is done.

HAMMERED METAL 2.jpg

By: BARIŞ KILINÇ  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 06:44:34 GMT
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Just a simple bottle, but it's what I do. I'd love to share some with labels, but due to NDA's I'm unable to in most cases. I find the clear glass far more difficult to render properly than the amber glass. I've created a studio assembly in Solidworks that gives me several light panels in various locations, a light box and a table. All of which can be modified/hidden depending on the particular bottle design that I'm wanting to render. It get's particularly difficult when I need to show contents in the bottle. Getting the color just right is a major trial and error process since the color seems to change when overlapping the inside (contents) with the outside (bottle). For those not familiar, when rendering contents in a container such as this, if you make the contents the same size as the inside wall, you will end up with a vertical stripe pattern in your rendering. Instead, you have to make the contents slightly larger so that it overlaps the inside walls of the container. This will also give you the optical illusion that occurs in real life where the contents appear to go all the way out to the outside edge of the glass. The next time I create a rendering with contents I'll post it up.

 

Bottle Render.jpg

By: Shad Thomas  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 12:23:54 GMT
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Here's another texture you can try:

High Resolution Seamless Textures: Seamless metal galvanized steel texture

 

The trick is to plug it into your specular channel. You can also use it as a bump map to make it pop a bit more. I also suggest desaturating the texture in Photoshop/Gimp before using it.

It's not perfect but it looks alright.

texture test.png

By: Andreas Olofsson  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 07:45:47 GMT
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I had a little spare time, so I threw this one into the oven real quick. I'm not totally satisfied with the iced coffee material I'm using for the contents, but it's a work in progress.

 

bottle render 2.jpg

By: Shad Thomas  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 13:58:48 GMT
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In your bottle part select the inside surface and use the offset surface feature to separate the liquid from the glass, just go a tiny bit like .001" or .005" - this separation gives it a more realistic appearance. Also make the liquid from a feature.

By: John Stoltzfus  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 14:03:20 GMT
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Hi Andreas

 

My customer actually wants to see scratch on surface after vibration process.

I used to layer appearence and it is includes glass material.

KALANKAN HAMMERED.jpgtest.png

By: BARIŞ KILINÇ  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 14:06:34 GMT
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Ah... the ever debate-able "offset away" or "offset into" the container surface...

 

Every renderer seems to prefer a different way to provide most realistic results... 

 

I believe Shad already said he's offsetting INTO the container surface in his first post.  And I'd say from his results, it looks quite convincing!  I'm not sure which iRay prefers...offsetting into or away from surface.  A quick test shows slightly different results but neither one specifically more convincing than the other.

By: Ron Bates  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 14:28:13 GMT
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Thanks for the reply John. If you offset in, you won't get the realistic edge of glass effect that you would normally see. I've only been able to create that by offsetting out into the container. Typically I use .010", as I have had more complex designs not work out well with less. The liquid is a part. I create an assembly in solidworks, combining the container, liquid and closure. I then bring that into a studio assembly. From there I export into Visualize.

By: Shad Thomas  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 14:40:54 GMT
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New animation render. Keep an eye out out for it in the next couple weeks during FOX news.

 

Autostacker Commercial - YouTube

By: Chris Cunningham  Fri, 05 Jan 2018 22:58:24 GMT
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WOW!! Your Visualize animation is not only featured in a TV commercial but IS the TV commercial! Awesome work and congrats on the TV spot. Nice rolling of the car as well

By: Brian Hillner  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 13:46:37 GMT
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Brian Hillner wrote:

 

WOW!! Your Visualize animation is not only featured in a TV commercial but IS the TV commercial! Awesome work and congrats on the TV spot. Nice rolling of the car as well

Brian Hillner - Stop the presses and get Chris Cunningham and his work in SWW 2018 -  before it's too late....

By: John Stoltzfus  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 14:02:49 GMT
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Who's to say he's not already a featured speaker with his own breakout session!!

 

Come see him speak live and show SWW18 attendees some of his best tips/tricks and unique workflows with Visualize Pro.

Monday Feb 5 | 4:30-5:30p | "The Art of the Jaw Drop: Creating SOLIDWORKS Visualize Animations"

 

PS: Chris Cunningham = Matt Russell

By: Brian Hillner  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 14:17:52 GMT
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There is a difference with his own Breakout Session and the Big Stage

By: John Stoltzfus  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 14:22:58 GMT
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Hey Visualize Community!

 

Check out this thread I just posted to see all the Visualize sessions and demos at SOLIDWORKS World 2018.

FYI - we will be announcing a new game-changing feature for Visualize, the biggest news to ever to hit the rendering world!!!

I am serious...this will change how you render!

 

Hope to see you there!

 

Visualize sessions @ SWW2018

By: Brian Hillner  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 14:56:19 GMT
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A basic Render done with Visualize ... 12 Seconds Render.. Its so fast with Hybrid Rendering.... Just Love it..

Richie_More_AddonixTechnologiesPvtLtd_Mumbai.jpg.jpg

By: Richie More  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 16:13:52 GMT
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Brian Hillner You can't just drop a teaser bomb like that. "A game-changing feature."

 

Now we all have to sit at work dreaming about what this feature could be, lol! See you at World everyone!

By: Chris Cunningham  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 16:42:19 GMT
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Awsome Chris!

By: Jamie Thain  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 16:45:36 GMT
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If this "game changing feature" is what I think it might be then it truly will be a BIG DEAL!

By: Rob Rodríguez  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:32:11 GMT
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can you give us a hint at this "game-changing feature"?

By: Alex Worsfold  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:41:54 GMT
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All I can say is follow me on twitter @bhillner where I'll "leak" some bits over the coming weeks, leading up to the show. I also make announcements and updates to the Visualize product line via twitter, too, so that's the best way to get realtime updates with what's going on.

By: Brian Hillner  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:59:11 GMT
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Brian Hillner = the Pied Piper

By: John Stoltzfus  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 19:01:29 GMT
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I just hope this "game changing feature" doesn't involve buying too many $3000 Voltas.... 

By: Marios Pazaitis  Tue, 16 Jan 2018 23:24:43 GMT
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What a good teasieng Brian!!!

Make your bet's folks!

Mine:

What about working diretctly with HTC VIVE, rendering in real time VR, with virtual UI perfectly implemented!

By: Benoit Gallice  Thu, 18 Jan 2018 16:36:37 GMT
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My money's on noise reduction... Seems to be the hype among renderers lately

By: Andreas Olofsson  Mon, 22 Jan 2018 14:44:05 GMT
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Yesterday I watched the movie "Cars" with my son, after the movie I had an idea for a color scheme. It's only a just for fun render for my son, today I had to print it for him; because he is a realy big "Cars" fan.

 

hotrod_cars_hq.png

By: Stephan Tobias  Mon, 22 Jan 2018 14:45:27 GMT
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That's totally awesome Stephan!

By: Mark Jackson  Mon, 22 Jan 2018 14:51:15 GMT
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Love the color scheme, Stephan! Nice HDR used for the lighting/reflections. I've seen you use that before and it helps show the forms quite nicely, while still having a good amount of contrast.

By: Brian Hillner  Mon, 22 Jan 2018 16:10:21 GMT
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So excited for SOLIDWORKS World! Any more hints Brian Hillner?

 

light video with QJ 8.jpg

By: Chris Cunningham  Thu, 25 Jan 2018 22:31:56 GMT
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Hi all,

it's been a while since my last render but I'm happy to come back with a few new ones Hope you'll like it.

 

Misc_1.jpg

By: Jacek Koczmierowski  Fri, 26 Jan 2018 15:39:10 GMT
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Jacek Koczmierowski That headlamp! Wow. Modeled or mapped?

By: Chris Cunningham  Fri, 26 Jan 2018 15:42:50 GMT
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Matt, it was mapped

By: Jacek Koczmierowski  Fri, 26 Jan 2018 15:46:57 GMT
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Nice Work!

By: Rob Rodríguez  Fri, 26 Jan 2018 16:54:03 GMT
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Casting Ladle Render!

 

 

DOKUMPOTASI.jpg

By: BARIŞ KILINÇ  Fri, 02 Feb 2018 05:55:03 GMT
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This is a incomplete model of a 4530 brushless motor, I am working on the windings which will be in 14 GA ( delta 5T calculated @ 560kv)

I will update this week with the completed model.

 

Default Project 3.jpg

By: Francisco Martínez  Mon, 05 Feb 2018 17:14:52 GMT
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Here is the short video from my session "Art of the Jaw Drop"

 

SOLIDWORKS Visualize - Art of the Jaw Drop Video - YouTube

By: Chris Cunningham  Thu, 08 Feb 2018 16:40:29 GMT
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How do I access this? It doesn't show up in add ins...

By: Jason Rupert  Thu, 08 Feb 2018 17:45:08 GMT
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To access the Visualize add-in within SOLIDWORKS please check out this article. You will need to enable it first.

2017 SOLIDWORKS Visualize Help - Using SOLIDWORKS Visualize Add-in

By: Chris Cunningham  Thu, 08 Feb 2018 17:56:18 GMT
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I do not think it is fair to call this a add in, not compared to photoview360.

visz.png

By: Francisco Martínez  Thu, 08 Feb 2018 18:29:59 GMT
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Chris Cunningham Art of the Jaw Drop was a great session Matt (forum Chris)! I learned good stuff and enjoyed it very much. The video set to the beat of the music is very cool.

By: Mark Jackson  Thu, 08 Feb 2018 18:31:06 GMT
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Those add-in buttons export your complete project into Visualize. You will need to install Visualize. The standard version comes free with your Solidworks purchase.

By: Chris Cunningham  Thu, 08 Feb 2018 19:01:41 GMT
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Liked how this Camry came out. Used the Camera's built in Depth of Field.

 

toyota camery with smudges 2.png

By: Chris Cunningham  Thu, 08 Feb 2018 21:08:01 GMT
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These are quick and dirty renders done in Visualize Standard. They only use stock appearances with no tweaking of textures or maps at all. The only adjustments to appearances were color, roughness, and IOR when relevant. A stock environment used as well with no added lighting. I added decals in Visualize. The first pic is what I started with out of SOLIDWORKS, and the last two are what I had 45 minutes later.

 

The first rendered image has the front Lexan panels in the enclosure doors hidden so you can better see what's inside. The second render does not.

 

6500H 0.jpg

6500H 1.jpg

6500H 2.jpg

I love this software.  I'll post some animations of another machine when I get permission.

By: Mark Jackson  Thu, 08 Feb 2018 22:41:24 GMT
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Loved what I saw from the community at SWW this year, so thought I'd post some too!

CATI IndyCar1.png

CATI IndyCar3.png

By: Brandon Nelms  Fri, 09 Feb 2018 15:53:33 GMT
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DeWalt Drill_PRO_Configs_Camera_Right Camera.png

By: Brandon Nelms  Fri, 09 Feb 2018 15:56:29 GMT
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Ding Ding!!

 

1-2ZEZ92Z wrote:

 

My money's on noise reduction... Seems to be the hype among renderers lately

By: Scott Ellery  Fri, 09 Feb 2018 16:00:47 GMT
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Very Cool video!

By: Scott Ellery  Fri, 09 Feb 2018 16:20:27 GMT
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This is missing the terminations but it is 90% completeDefault Project 5.jpg

By: Francisco Martínez  Wed, 14 Feb 2018 06:48:58 GMT
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Hi Everyone.

 

Here is a set of renders of a chair design of mine. Hope that you like it. If you want to see any others there are some more on my website www.as3ddesign.com thanks.

 

IMG_0370.jpg

 

IMG_0371.jpg

 

IMG_0372.jpg

By: Alexander Smith  Wed, 14 Feb 2018 09:50:00 GMT
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Wow, Mark. Only 45min to go from SW CAD screenshot to final image is impressive. The metal really pops in the second image. Excellent Decal placement skills! Keep it up

By: Brian Hillner  Wed, 14 Feb 2018 14:55:40 GMT
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Welcome to the Visualize community - Alex. The cast shadow on your third image is spectacular. The floor and wall textures look ridiculous - where did you source those, or were they custom-made?

By: Brian Hillner  Wed, 14 Feb 2018 14:57:17 GMT
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Thanks Brian.

 

The floor and wall are custom made. I tried lots of variations and in the end decided to just keep it simple and the floor and wall are just flat planes in a Solidworks model. The textures are really high definition materials with a tiny but of bump. And to get the concrete look I played around with the reflectivity as part of a simple paint material in Visualize.

 

In fact the idea was to create a 'studio' with good lighting and a great realistic background so that whenever I design a new piece of furniture I can drop it on to this scene which I thought would add realism and speed up my process. I was hoping to use HDR LightStudio but actually got these results without it so the lighting is also just three spots.

By: Alexander Smith  Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:08:43 GMT
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Hi Alexander, HDR Light Studio can help enhance this image and create a photo-realistic image.

By: Swayam Prabha  Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:15:05 GMT
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yeah... I'm gonna need that dw12 file PLEASE!

By: Jason Rupert  Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:30:38 GMT
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Alex if you are using Visualize Pro you can use Area lights to get a pretty decent studio setup without the need for HDR LIghtstudio , that being said HDR Lightstudio is awesome

By: Scott Ellery  Tue, 20 Feb 2018 15:09:58 GMT
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Hi Scott

 

When you say area lights do you mean a manually included light - Point, Directional or Spot? I ask because the scene already has three spots in it, which is how I have achieved the lighting as is. Or is there another light type that I am missing called area lights?

 

Thanks.

By: Alexander Smith  Tue, 20 Feb 2018 15:15:44 GMT
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Working on our Mobile Column Lifts today.

 

PCL-18_Oragne_Truck_shadow_6_units_Darker.pngTruck lifted with cross beam.png

By: Chris Cunningham  Tue, 20 Feb 2018 18:27:51 GMT
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you need to stretch those wires out in the sun for a few hours!

By: Rich Fagioli  Tue, 20 Feb 2018 20:11:09 GMT
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HAHA! Sounds good!

By: Chris Cunningham  Tue, 20 Feb 2018 20:25:51 GMT
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