Advanced Rhino & Surface Modeling

Description

Participants who have completed the Beginner Rhino course or have a working knowledge of Rhino 3D modeling will push their knowledge of working in Rhino from beginner to expert. Advanced Rhino & Surface modeling will teach you the unique advantages of surface modeling with NURBS and how it enables you to be a better designer and a better team player. By the end of the course, you will have the ability to understand surface modeling at a higher level and be prepared to push your learning further in Design Engine courses such as Grasshopper, Rhino for Jewelry, and Rendering with Rhino and Keyshot. 

*Ask about our reduced cost Two Week Rhino Training Comprehensive

Models and examples: Models in the course can come from a wide variety of examples. All of our workshops are customizable to your needs and interests. Bring your own projects to have one of our instructors assist you.

Topics

Curve Continuity:

  • Out of tolerance
  • Positional continuity (G0)
  • Tangency continuity (G1)
  • Curvature continuity (G3)
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Curve Degree:

  • Degrees 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5

 

Surface Commands with Continuity:

  • Network Surface
  • Sweep2
  • Patch (G1 only)
  • Loft (G1 only)
  • Blend (G1 or G2)
  • Analyzing geometric continuity
  • Curvature graph
  • Zebra stripes
  • Environment map
  • Complex G2 geometry with History
  • Fairing curves
  • Matching curves
  • Controlling curve continuity with along and between aliases
  • End bulge
  • Inserting knots
  • Sweep2
  • Surface from Curve Network
  • Interpolated curves
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Duration

40 hours (5-day full course)

Prerequisites

Industrial design experience or Design Engine’s Rhino for Beginners class

Discussion

  • Discuss curve and surface evaluation tools
  • Discuss Surface Continuity
  • Discuss tips and tricks for making high quality models faster and easier
  • Discuss advanced analysis tools in detail and use that knowledge to solve several surface anomaly
  • How to manage gaps in your surface models
  • Common troubleshooting techniques
  • Ways to import data into Rhino and what to do with it
  • Exporting your models for different purposes, i.e. 3d Printing, Rendering, Machining
  • How Rhino fits into the design process and how to best utilize it

Video Training Delivery System

Ask your Design Engine account manager about our Training Delivery System(TDS), an easy-to-follow guide for designers and engineers who want a supplement to this course.