Posts by Adam Chop

    Hey DesignFreek,

    Currently IC3D doesn't support systems for paper food wraps like the ones in your picture but we do have a very nice system for Shrink wraps and Sealed Shrink products that may be of some interest!


    Hey Rymotron!

    Sadly there isn't a way to change the Pivot Point of a object inside of the main screen.

    Though, I do know of a workaround that may help you out...

    1. Create a dummy object that will be grouped together with the object you want to turn.

    2. With this grouping you can move the dummy object away from the original in order to "move" the central pivot point to the desired location.

    I hope this helps, its a bit of a workaround but should get you a custom rotate pivot point.

    Hey Paul,

    The default texture size we export should be 4096. Sadly, we can't change the exported UV map in specific sizes. Though, if you make an Artwork Connection using the UV Base Artwork tool you should be able to export the UV guide to .ai then go through a more robust image exporter.

    I hope this helps!

    Hello CountOlaf!

    I'm Adam IC3D's resident expert.

    I'm glad you found the tutorials helpful! A good place to look for additional tutorials is in our Welcome page when you first open up IC3D. And if you have hidden it dont worry, you can always open up the Welcome page by going up into the help menus and selecting welcome.

    As for sharing models between your home computer and travel computer, It can't get simpler!

    You will need to decide which computer you would like the Master Folders to be on.

    Once you have,

    1. Head into IC3D> Preferences on the top bar.

    2. Navigate to your Paths window

    3. Check the boxes for both Materials and Models.

    4. Hit browse for each Materials and Models and point it in the direction of the materials and models folder. (I noticed you have already found the specific folders!)

    5. Now simply set this up the same way on your laptop, but the difference this time will be you will point your paths folder to your main computers Materials and Models folder.

    You will need to be able to access your home computer from your laptop for this to work but if you have that set up, any changes to either the Home Computer or Laptop will update itself across both machines.

    Now, the other way is to simply copy/ paste which materials and models you would like manually into the given folders.

    I hope this helps point you in the right direction!!

    Let me know if you need anything else!!