Share Your Renders – Win Great Prizes

By TriMech on

We have some great prizes to give out from our first Global Technology Event, and for this year’s competition we decided to focus on showcasing great renders created with SOLIDWORKS Visualize.

We want to see more great content created by our clients with SOLIDWORKS Visualize, so for this competition we are just asking for you to share your best renders with us on LinkedIn.

To enter:  Post one of your rendered images or animations that you have created with SOLIDWORKS Visualize on LinkedIn with the following tags. #SolidsSolutions #TriMech #SOLIDWORKSVisualize.

See below for full details on prizes and entry requirements.

What are the prizes?

XtremeRC Brawler V2

The XRC Brawler is the first of its kind in the RC industry. No other RC vehicle will give you the genuine feeling of respect for it when moving along at speeds of 56KM/H. Safe to say the Brawler could take on anything in its path.

The team at Xtreme RC relied on animations created in SOLIDWORKS Visualize to demonstrate their ideas of their product at its best before they had a finished physical product to show. What they created really impressed us, and we’d like to see more content like it, so we launched this competition!

Watch the video below to learn more about the Xtreme RC and the team behind it.

3DConnexion Wireless Kit 2

The kits from 3DConnexion provide you with all the tools for an efficient two-handed workflow in CAD.

This wireless engineering solution comes with a SpaceMouse Wireless, CADMouse Compact Wireless with CADMouse Pad Compact, a tiny USB receiver and carry cases to meet the demands of mobile workers for a durable, flexible working equipment.

With SpaceMouse you smoothly position objects and views, with CADMouse you can select and create with ease. It’s the most natural and ergonomic workstyle for CAD professionals that can’t be matched.

3Dconnexion Device

What is SOLIDWORKS Visualize?

SOLIDWORKS Visualize products help you to create professional photo-quality images and animations from your CAD data, in the fastest and easiest way possible. SOLIDWORKS Visualize comes in two different packages Visualize Standard and Visualize Professional. Visualize Standard is available for all users of SOLIDWORKS Professional and Premium.

How can I get started with SOLIDWORKS Visualize?

Get a feel for how SOLIDWORKS Visualize works with our online Virtual Walkthrough. This content mimics the experience of using SOLIDWORKS Visualize in your browser, enabling you to take your time as you follow the processes required to create renders, animations and interactive content. To begin, simply launch the walkthrough and then choose what type of content you wish to create.

If you would like to try a full desktop trial of Visualize, please contact us.

What are the rules of the competition? 

How do I share my renders?

To enter post one of your rendered images or animations that you have created with SOLIDWORKS Visualize on LinkedIn with the following tags. #SolidsSolutions #TriMech #SOLIDWORKSVisualize

Everyone that enters will have a chance to win, but we’ll also pick the best renders and share them in a blog post.

What should I submit?

We want you to show us your best renders. These renders do not have to be from your company’s products, but we always appreciate seeing our clients’ designs.

You must use SOLIDWORKS Visualize to create these images.

Who can enter?

We welcome submissions from anyone however only Solid Solutions & TriMech clients are eligible for prizes.

What period will the competition run?

We will accept entries up until December 1st, 2022. The winners will be announced during December 2022.

How will the winners be chosen?

Everyone that enters will be entered into a prize draw, the winners will be chosen at random.

We’ll also choose our favorite renders and share them in a blog post for bragging rights. We will be evaluating the renders on a number of criteria including realism, creativity and composition.

Can I use a 3rd party photo/video editing software to add post processing?

Yes, you can.

What if my models are IP sensitive?

Please do not submit images of any models/designs that are IP sensitive or under the process of gaining a patent.