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DTU offers teaching in computer visualization as part of the CAD course 42618

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Course content for the 3ds Max Design part of 41618 CAD for design engineers:

During 3 sessions, each approximately 4 hours, you will perform a series of exercises, giving an overview of the visualization and animation tools in 3ds Max design. Each lesson will start with a walk – through of the exercise of the day.
Week 1/a:
Modeling of three chessmen
Intro to basic modeling tools

Week 1/b: Modeling of an apple – Intro to modifiers (geometrical changers) and lighting

Week 1/c: LEGO man Creo to 3ds MaxIntro to translation

Week 2/a: Animation of a ball – Intro to animation tools and visualization buildup

Week 2/b: The LEGO man in the photo study
– Intro to visualization

Week 3: The LEGO man gets dressed Intro to materials

How do you start?

1) Download the tutorials: Week 1/a, 1/b, 1/c, 2/a, 2/b, & 3

2) Copy the 3ds Max tutorial files (P:\Courses\41618-3ds Max Design)

3) Place all the files on your own permanent student drive (X:\) for easy access

Deliveries for Course 41818:

A description of the outcome of the project work both as an argued text, proper figures and as an appendix containing Creo models and drawing(s) (according to ISO/DIN/Danish Standard). This should be shorter than what is required for 41816 & 41817. Emphasis is on presenting the work on an A1 poster - see below.
The theoretical task described in a separate chapter (avoid Internet copying!).
The sheet documenting the acceptance of all 10 mandatory exercises. Together with the paper report a CD must be delivered containing both the report in PDF and the models developed by the group. Make sure the report and CD is orderly organized and that the contribution of each author is identifieable.
A poster in A1 format (landscape) with holes in all four corners (holes are Ø1 cm and positioned 5 cm from the edges). The poster should describe the results and the relevant important steps in making it, preferably in an appealing layout.

Evaluation

The report will be evaluated on a scale from 0 to 12. By the evaluation we will take into account: Clarity of presentation, presentation layout, task difficulty, engineering considerations, conclusion and future work. The main report should consist of 15 to 30 pages. (Avoid extensive copying of PTC-manuals) By the evaluation the weighing of the project- and theory-part will be 70% and 30% respectively.

Deadline for delivery: Find your course on Campusnet and read relevant messages


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allery etc.

C Knowledge base Visualization

RAPID PROTOTYPING:
www.polynet.dk/rpt - Info on rapid prototyping exercises, case studies, previous projects gallery etc.

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