This tutorial will briefly cover the following aspects of Photoview 360 and Solidworks.
- The Final Render
For this tutorial, I'll be rendering a simple 3 part assembly of a chisel.
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Step 2: Appearances
Appearances are automatically applied on changing material, but this isn't always the appearance we'll want the part to have.
Step 3: Scenes/Preview
By far the easiest way to add lighting and a background for your part/assembly for rendering is to use a predefined scene. Scenes have lighting elements built into them and as a result cut down on the knowledge needed to make a realistic rendering of the part. It is possible to add your own custom lighting but unless you have an element in your part/assembly that gives off its own light, you usually won't need to do this.