Checkout this website, background images were design in Solid Edge ST2, you know the old technology from last year .
Get ready to see more out of ST4, looks like new stuff will be announced in May or June this year
With the release of SimLab Composer 2.2, SolidEdge users are now able to import native SolidEdge parts and assemblies directly to SimLab Composer. SimLab Composer supports SolidEdge ST3 and prior.
SolidEdge support is included in the 3 editions of SimLab Composer:
1- SimLab Composer (3D PDF edition)
2- SimLab Composer (Rendering edition)
3- SimLab Composer (Animation edition)
Using SimLab Composer, the user will be able to render models, create 3D PDF files, create animations, and export animations as rendered movies and animated 3D PDF files.
More information about SimLab Composer can be found at
We now know that keyshot will support native Solid Edge files….
So for those who would like to make this tool part of their toolbox, a webinar will be held on October 20
To register click the link below.
What it’s About: In this webinar, we will show KeyShot 2.1, and how to turn a simple CAD model into an amazing “shot” … in a matter of seconds. He will show off the latest developments including: (1) extreme easy of use, (2) superfast realtime raytracing, (3) scientifically accurate materials, (4) realtime subsurface light scattering, (5) realtime rendering effects utilizing the GPU, (6) working with large datasets, (6) and much more. Forget what you know about rendering or think you know about rendering. It all changes with KeyShot.
Who is Presenting: Jeff McCartney is Digital Media Artist at Luxion. He is responsible for the KeyShot’s UI direction, testing and support, as well as any creative tasks in the company’s daily business. Creative tasks may involve graphic design, building tutorials, delivering CG service work etc. Despite his young age, Jeff has extensive experience in using professional rendering and animation software, along with using various tools for post processing.
Where to Get Product Info: Visit KeyShot on the Novedge website.
Who Should Attend: Industrial Designers, 3D Artists, Mechanical Designers, and Architects.
Webinar is Free but Space is Limited!
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
Question ask lately…. how to resize a window to a specific size?
Let’s start by teasing you a little bit more about rendering