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Raymond Anderson07/04/2019 15:44:25
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new texture map on c to b.42.jpgtailstock die holder.jpgnew render for cto b .jpgBeen trying to get to grips with the above software Very powerful. I have Keyshot.. but this is a few notches above that. The pics are only of my "playing around " The 3d models were done in Siemens SolidEdge Wondered if any forum members have used VRED. Steep learning curve dont knowcolumn to beam grey primer.24.jpg

John Reese07/04/2019 18:04:01
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I started with Solid Edge. Pretty easy to learn. Later I switched to Solid Works. The user interface is quite similar between the two. I had a little experience with Autodesk Inventor. The user interface was a little different. I tried to use Fusion 360 but the workflow was sufficiently different that I decided to stay with Solid Works. If I didn't own a license for Solid Works I would probably pick Solid Edge.

Raymond Anderson07/04/2019 18:31:22
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Hi John, although I'm fully conversant with Solidedge. I'm just starting out with VRed rendering software. I hope practice makes perfect 😂

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