I am posting a picture of a view of my drawing,
I was wondering if I can add some dimensions to my model and render showing such dimensions,
is that possible? any help will be greatly appreciated
Thanks in advance.
I just stumbled across this post and I thought I'd mention that this is now possible in SolidWorks in case anyone else finds this.
The text below is from SolidWorks 2016 What's New.
Nope, best thing you can do is set up your view so that it's showing your dimensions and save it as a JPG using Print settings and then render the image creating the same size image. The rendering will come in with the background removed so you can composite the rendered image over the JPG. Even then, there's a catch 22. Most textures and materials aren't going to look good unless you have perspective mode turned on or render a camera view and most of the time, dimensions don't dislpay correctly unless you've enabled orthographic projection.
In your case, I would try turning on real-view, tweaking your settings and saving the view as a JPG.
Thanks for replying, I will try your advice.
Could you not just do an isometric drawing view and dimension the part in the isometric view? Or am I misunderstanding what you are trying to do?
I f you see the pic I posted, its a drawing view,
I would like to render my model with dimensions,
hope this is clear for you.
Add the dimensions post-processing in PhotoShop.
thanks for replying,
it is photoshop free download?
If you need free look for a program called GIMP.
I found a program called Pixlr that is identical to Photoshop and it is an online tool located at the link below. Gimp is pretty good as well!!!
Hope this helps!!
I will try also Pixrl and post it
Thank you very much Anna,
I will try GIMP
and post my part later
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