Katelyn Stevens in the blog “4 Signs Your Team Needs CAD Training” discusses about the following

Creo Render Studio compiles model appearances, scenes, lighting, and more to help you create striking rendered images. A rendered image shows how an environment reflects onto a surface, revealing design flaws or confirming design objectives.

From the rendered image, you can also see how a modeled object would look in a real-world setting, with realistic lighting, shadowing, and surroundings.

In a recent presentation, PTC University’s Curriculum Manager, Matt Huybrecht offered these five insights for getting the most from Creo Render Studio:

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