Yes, absolutely! The quality from Visualize is indistinguishable from actual photographs. And it's MUCH easier to use than 3ds Max!
Below are some awesome images a poweruser named Ulf Grapensson created in Visualize. He designs these booths for a company called Sture Exhibitions based in Sweden.
We also just completed a proper case study with Ulf and will have that available to download from our website in a month or so. This case study includes images Ulf created in Visualize, as well as important time saving results of how Visualize accelerated their tradeshow booth design workflow, bringing projects to market much faster.
Product Manager | SOLIDWORKS Visualize
Its good that you shared success stories from Visualize user who work in the same field. If you also have another output for living room or bedroom it will appreciated. The output render looks very good and interesting. It convinced me that Visualize can produce a realistic image.
I want to know the workflow on how you create those render, are you manage all the objects, materials, camera and lighting inside SolidWorks? Please share a tutorial so that a new Visualize like me can unleash the true power of Visualize... ?
Thanks for your fast response Brian...
Check out the Visualize Gallery for an interior plane example and living room example:
We have 16 tutorials uploaded to MySolidWorks, which is the main site to learn how to use Visualize.
You can also check out loads of YouTube videos uploaded by resellers. Just search on YouTube for "Solidworks Visualize tutorial" and other related searches.
These are very cool ,
as someone who has used 3DS in the past, visualize is indeed Soooo much easier to use