Learn how communicating the look and feel of the design can be done effectively with a rendering. By default, Fusion 360 uses a standard steel finish for its models.
- [Instructor] Communicating the look and feel of the design … can be done effectively with a rendering. … In this course we'll update the appearance of the design … and generate a rendering that you can share with others … to help them understand what you're creating. … We'll begin by going to the render workspace. … Like other workspaces, … making that change updates a lot of characteristics … of the interface, not just the toolbar, … but the appearance of the model, … the appearance of the canvas, … and at the bottom of the screen … we can see a rendering gallery has been added. … This is where any cloud renderings … or local renderings will be stored. … The browser's also been affected. … A named views folder has been added … where we can capture view positions … and return to them to try out different appearances … or different lighting from the same point of view. … First let's take a look at the appearance … of the model itself. … So we can use the appearance tool … to pull up the appearance override library. …
- Creating a T-spline body
- Creating a solid from a T-spline
- Adding features and fillets
- Rendering the design
- Setting up for 3D printing
- Forming a solid from surfaces