Our Process explained in 60 seconds
Seven steps to setting up a rendering
Here are the seven steps we generally use to start the rendering process. In this industry, it is vital for steps to be done in sequence, in order to meet your deadlines efficiently. Below is a brief description, as to how this process works.
1 We receive your CAD file(s), check them, and import the elements needed for the project. See “Exporting CAD files” in our “FAQs” section, under “Process” in the top main menu.
2 Then we import that geometry into our 3-D modeling software, and begin the process of cleaning it up.
3 We will then create a low resolution rendering, so you can make sure the geometry imported correctly.
4 Next we will apply the materials. If it’s not in our database, then it will need to be created.
5 Once the materials are applied, we provide a low resolution rendering for your approval.
6 Upon your approval, we start the full size rendering process. Generally done at 900x675 pixels.
7 After the renderings are completed, they can be submitted to you as is, or placed into a template.
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