This is a series of introductory lectures and tutorials for those new to 3D and Design3D version 7 and 7.5 (CX, CXi and SE). Topics include the nature of X, Y, and Z axes, view manipulation, palettes, the nature of polygons, active grids, constraints, normals, the origin, working with cameras and lights and more.
Traducción y definición vocabulario CX y 3D en generalActualizado: 06 noviembre 2012
Este tutorial, es más bien una Guía de Consulta, para los usuarios de Habla Hispana, que desconozcan el significado de los términos usados tanto en el interfaz de Strata, como términos usuales en el entorno 3D.
Esta Guía, no estará completa en un principio, pero se irá actualizando en el tiempo, añadiendo términos, hasta intentar tener un glosario completo.
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I live in a country that uses metric units. Strata 3D uses imperial units. Some projects – think ancient history – use units that are no longer in use. How do we set Strata Design 3D up to use the correct set of units for each project? Viewing this tutorial requires a Subscription
This fundamentals video helps to explain the nature of grids in Design3D. Active grids are a fundamental feature of Design3D. They help translate 2D mouse movements into 3-dimensional space. This allows you to move, rotate and scale items in a precise way. Watch these videos to understand this important functionality. Note: Design 3D CX interface is shown but the operations are the same for SE. Viewing this tutorial requires a Subscription
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