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Techniques for Rendering Realistic Models in Inventor
Instructional Demo    CP9782
David Ponka
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This class will focus on how to use Inventor software to create realistic rendered images and videos. A good rendering is as much about details in the model geometry as it is with the rendering setup. First we will look at some tips to prepare a model so it will be a good candidate for a high-quality rendering. Then the class will run through the tools available in Inventor software and the improvements made to help create a rendering without leaving the Inventor software environment. After a quick look at the realistic view tool and its options, the class will enter the Inventor software Studio environment to set up and create an improved rendering. Once a single image has been, mastered the class will turn to video by animating moving parts and other environment settings.

Key Learnings

  • Discover manipulate Inventor appearances for effective visuals
  • Learn how to create model geometry for more realistic renderings
  • Learn how to configure Inventor Studio settings for high-quality imagery
  • Learn how to produce a rendered animation of a model in Inventor

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David Ponka is currently a senior applications expert for IMAGINiT Technologies. He has over 10 years of manufacturing design experience and a Bachelor of Industrial Design degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ponka provides design and data management consulting services, and he teaches design workflows using manufacturing applications from Autodesk, Inc. He began work as a mechanical designer in telecommunications for in-building radio equipment, and then he worked as an industrial designer at Mitel Networks. In years prior to working for IMAGINiT, Ponka also worked in the office furniture industry as a product engineer, where he not only created new products, but he also helped to develop enterprise resource planning (ERP)-linked, CAD-to-CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) workflows for wood and fabric CNC (computer numerical control) machine automation.
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