One of my students wanted to see if she could reproduce your
SolidWorks Scooby in Inventor. She had to divide it into pieces and
assemble because of bloated file size, but here is her results in
Wow, that is so awesome! Thanks for sharing that. I wish I could be
there to check out some of the techniques used and how Inventor
does it's surfacing.
It looks like the chrome is reflecting an outdoor type scene.
SolidWorks has something similar called 'Real View' and it
has been known to reflect a car show and I think a house.
You didn't say which one is the wrong software package?
Based on your limited view I would bet my money that she can out
perform you with either? My goal is for the students to understand
modeling. We compare and contrast modeling procedures trying as much
as possible to use the exact same procedures in different CAD
I wouldnt go so far as to say that Pickles doesnt know what he
doing. He has been a SW jockey for quite sometime. Second I think what
he was reffering to was the fact that when you look at the rendering
quality of the Chrome from both SW and IV....that the SW looks 10
times better. The IV model looks very faceted and sharp. I am not
doubting your students skills or what they are capabale of.
On another note, why the side by side comparison between the two?
Is for just test purpose or for industry know how? Is there a goal to