Articles for the ‘Using and changing colors’ Category

Adding Custom Colors
Last modified: Jun 04, 2015

In the Select material dialog box you will find the Color tab. Here you can mix and create your own colors and then save them as favorites. The select material dialog, here with the Color tab selected.   Follow these steps to create and use your own color: Go to the component tab 3D. Under Material Change, click the Material button. A dialog ...

Changing Texture
Last modified: Jun 04, 2015

In the Select material dialog box, you will find the Texture tab. Textures are photos of real materials such as wallpaper, tile and different types of flooring. High quality textures are often scanned or photographed with a digital camera. To use textures in CET Designer, you have to gather and store them yourself. The material dialog, here with the ...

Use our Material Pack for an Extended Material Collection
Last modified: Jun 04, 2015

On our Marketplace, we have added a catalogue with loads and loads of materials for you to use.  Simply download it and all the materials (currently around 600) will turn up in the Material Explorer. Since the Material Pack is a catalogue, it will automatically download new materials as soon as we relase them. Related ...

Material Appearance Settings
Last modified: Jun 04, 2015

Changing color, material or texture appearance Predefined materials, textures and colors can be changed in different ways for special effects in the 3D view. You can adjust the settings for: – Diffuse: Use the slider to set how diffuse you would like the color or material to be. – Specular:  How glossy the material should be. ...

Changing Predefined Colors and Materials
Last modified: Jun 04, 2015

The Select Material dialog box has many predefined colors and materials to choose from. The color and material options on the Predefined and Thumbnails tabs are the same; only the presentation of the options differs. On the first tab you choose from a tree view, while on Thumbnails you choose from a list. Follow these steps to use predefined colors or materials: Go ...