Positioning Building Elements in 3ds Max

Learn how to create 3D models of interior and exterior architecture or building objects and to determine their positions in the drawings.

hours 00:40:19 min  session  5 sessions  Level  Intermediate

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Course Fees: $9.99
Session : 5
Duration : 00:40:19
Level : Intermediate
Subject : BIM (Civil & Architecture)
Course Overview:

3ds Max is software for 3D modeling, animation, rendering, and visualization. In its applications in civil engineering and architecture, it is used to create design visualizations and virtual reality. This course teaches you how to model 3D objects/building elements, and how to make compound shapes, made of more than one object in the software. 

Learning Outcome:

Upon the completion of the course, you will be able to create and position building elements and models in the architectural drawings using 3ds MAX. Key topics covered include:

  • Introduction to 3ds MAX 
  • Model Creation
  • Creating Openings for Positioning
  • Concept of Compound Objects
  • Types of Building Elements

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Interior designers and architects with basic 3DS Max knowledge
  • Anybody with basic 3DS Max and computer knowledge

 

Topic Duration
(hh:mm:ss)
Introduction to MAX00:05:44short take
Model Creation 00:04:02short take
Creating Openings00:16:57short take
Positioning Doors & windows00:10:01short take
Summary00:03:35short take
Total Duration: 00:40:19

Course Includes

Online exercise

Online exercise

Lifetime access to lecture videos, study materials

Quiz

Quiz

Assessment on practice with quiz for each topic

Certificate on completion

Certificate on completion

Internationally valid certificate on
successful completion of the course

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