How to render in AutoCad ?

How do I render in AutoCAD?

Asked on January 10, 2017 in AutoCAD.
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  1. Step 1

    Open your part in AutoCAD.

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  2. Step 2

    Choose line tool.

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  3. Step 3

    Make a line below your part.

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  4. Step 4

    Change the UCS so the line can be extruded in horizontal plane.

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  5. Step 5

    Under surfaces tab choose extrude and extrude it making the floor. Adjust it using Move gizmo.

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  6. Step 6

    Now go to render tab. We have to adjust some of the setting before rendering. First of all full shadows.

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  7. Step 7

    Now turn on the Sun for realistic shadows. Under material texture turn material texture on.

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  8. Step 8

    Adjust the time of the Sun.

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  9. Step 9

    Open material browser from render tab and apply floor tile material to the surface.

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  10. Step 10

    Apply plastic material to the body or whatever.

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  11. Step 11

    Adjust the model.

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  12. Step 12

    Now click on the arrow below the render button. Choose the setting of the rendering and then click render button.

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  13. Step 13

    The render window will open up and the rendering will start.

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  14. Step 14

    Here is my final result. Looks Good!

 

 

Original Post: https://grabcad.com/tutorials/how-to-render-in-autocad

Answered on January 11, 2017.
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Just Make sure you are rendering using MentalRay

Just because it’s so much better

Here’s a sample of Vray V.s MentalRay

 

RE: How to render in AutoCad ?

Answered on January 10, 2017.
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Just Export your model and render using AutoCAD ShowCase

Answered on January 10, 2017.
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