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    Layout fonts outlined

    Oh I have the same problem and I was apologizing just yesterday to my CNC guy. I feel like I battle Layout evefrytime I have to produce a drawing for production and just when I think I've got it figured out it throws up some weird shit that wants me to throw my laptop out the window!
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    Problems projecting a light pattern

    Hi David, I've done this before using the Maxwell plugin projector light. To get good results the light needs to be cranked up really high and the waves map having contrast set high as well. Des
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    Andrew West

    Layout fonts outlined

    Anton Drafting has never been a form.z strength, especially when you compare it to a true drafting program like Autocad. However, I have on occasion used it for drafting and I find that the font you use is critical to a nice clean look. I personally like to use City Blueprint for my font which is a little old school but comes across well.
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    Hi Joe, Hope you are well too! Just got back in form a long Thanksgiving weekend and looking at the animations I rendered over the time. I was able to use the Bend Along Path tool's ability to animate the percentage of completion to animate an undulating bead of caulk that looks just like its coming out of the caulking tube as it goes along. I am excited by such silly things.
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    Justin Montoya

    Nvidia GPU on Mac

    No. Apple has shown it has no interest in supporting 3D design professionals with it's lack of proper hardware and software support. NVIDIA GPUs are needed for most common and popular GPU Rendering engines (Maxwell, V-Ray, Octane, etc.), which requires the Nvidia based CUDA driver, which Apple stopped supporting completely. It would appear that Apple and Nvidia are not going to move forward together, despite Nvidia's attempts to keep the drivers alive. I believe this is the reason 99% of all 3D professionals have moved away from new Apple machines. It just doesn't work with the newer, faster, GPU based rendering software anymore. I loved the Mac OS system for many years, but these decisions forced us to move to Windows 10 to stay competitive with rendering. Windows 10 has been fantastic and I don't miss Apple at all. We even switched to Pixel phones and Android TVs. It all works together beautifully and has none of the new Apple BS to deal with.