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3DS Max - Scene States - Multiple Rendering Scenarios In One Scene

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In this video, you will learn how to create different scene states for different rendering scenarios without having to save multiple Max files. After creating those states you can toggle between them in one click.

3DS Max - Tip - Match Tangency Of 2D Splines

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In this video, we will learn how to match the tangency of 2D splines on their endpoints so that they can flow smoothly.

3DS Max - Trick - Creative Way To Align

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In this video, we will learn how to align objects in a specific direction on another object using a helper object.

3DS Max - Trick - Lock Selection To Rectangle Mode

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In this new video, I will show you the way to lock the Selection mode to the rectangular one.

3DS Max - Using CTRL While Creating Some Objects

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In this video, we will learn how we can control the creation of some
objects using the CTRL key on the keyboard.

3DS Max Copy With Reference Point Like In AutoCad

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In this tutorial, we'll learn how to copy objects using reference points on
other objects, so that the copies will respect the same distance and orientation. If you're an AutoCAD user you already know how to do this operation in AutoCad.

3DS Max Easy Modeling Triangular Mesh

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In this tutorial, we will create a triangular mesh object. We will learn about the Lathe modifier and the Generate Topology tool.

3DS Max extract 2D sections from 3D objects

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Here we learn how to use the section tool found in the Shapes category to create 2D sections out of 3D objects and export them to other programs like Autocad.

3DS Max Numerical Expression Evaluator

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Whenever you have a numeric field in 3DS Max, you can use a nice little feature called Numerical Expression Evaluator. Just click inside that field and press CTRL+N to open Numerical Expression Evaluator Dialog.

3DS Max Rotate A Polygon Around An Edge

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In this tutorial, we will learn how to rotate a polygon around an edge.
We will demonstrate two scenarios, in the first, we will use the Hinge From Edge feature, and in the second one, we will use the Working Pivot feature.

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