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Render with visible edges

Status: Future Consideration
by Explorer woodenclocks a month ago |

The rendering capability within Fusion 360 can give almost photographic quality results, which is excellent, but not for all purposes.

Renders used for technical illustration  benefit from a slightly different approach, and that is rendered with edges, and hidden edges removed.

You actually offer this as a style option in normal modelling mode, so could you consider offering it for the rendering mode.

This  illustration using the technique shows the improClock-22-Gravity-escapement-No2-6vement in clarity that can be achieved when using the technique

 

Status: Future Consideration

Thanks for your idea - changing this to a future consideration project since we are focusing on higher priority projects right now. 

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By: Community Manager
3 weeks ago |
Status changed to: Future Consideration

Thanks for your idea - changing this to a future consideration project since we are focusing on higher priority projects right now. 

By: Advocate 3Dpcb
2 weeks ago |

This is already possible in Fusion. You can use the Drawing module, to make a tridimensional illustrations with nice visible edges.

There is just one big problem. You can not do this in perspective, only in isometric mode.

 

 

I think you should also vote on "Perspective view in Drawings", because these two suggestions is somehow connected:

https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/ideastation-request-a-feature-or/perspective-view-in-drawings/idi-p/5...

 

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