Nothing showcases your design like realistic-looking 3D graphics. And now you don’t need to use an advanced rendering tool to get that look while you work with Creo. Graphics capabilities, especially the Shading with Reflections option, can help you display attractive materials, reflections, shadows, and backgrounds in Creo Parametric.
Seeing your model in a more realistic light can help you optimize the real-life look and feel of your product. You’ll be able to fully realize products at a conceptual stage without creating a single prototype, and gather feedback from key stakeholders. It can even help keep your work in context (you’ll see what I mean by that under Active Assemblies below).
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Creo 3.0 has added a long list of new options for better displays. Here are some highlights:
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Now you can always show off your model in a good light with shading with reflections and the numerous new options for improving your display in Creo Parametric. And if you find out you want even more rendering power for your designs? Visit the website for Creo Advanced Rendering Extension.
Photo-realistic image created with advanced rendering capabilities in Creo (Image by Vladimir Palffy)
New display options are just part of all the new features in the new Creo 3.0 release. For more free tutorials, please visit PTC University Learning Exchange
Explore this blog for more top enhancements and demos of Creo 3.0. And come back often; we’ve got several more demos on the way.