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The Product Design program uses Keyshot to create photorealistic images (renderings) of CAD models. There are other rendering softwares, including Adobe Dimension and the the rendering tools in Fusion 360, that are easier to use and access for all MICA students.
Due to the limited number of Keyshot licenses purchased by the department, access is limited to currently enrolled Product Design junior and senior students.
Every designer has a portfolio of their work to show prospective employers. This presentation has advice and best practices for crafting your portfolio and looking for employment opportunities.
Many projects need custom hardware (nuts, bolts, screws, hinges, etc.) or materials (plastics, wood, metal). The MICA store carries a good selection of hardware and materials (go there first), but if you don't find what you're looking for this curated list of hardware stores and material suppliers in the Baltimore area and on-line suppliers may point you in the right direction.