algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Time: May 21, 2018 to May 23, 2018
Location: Portland, Oregon
Street: 431 NW Flanders St, Suite 302
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Event Type: computational design training
Organized By: Mode Lab
Latest Activity: Apr 17, 2018
Industries are converging on a set of tools and methods to accelerate research and design. This class will explore the modeling workflows necessary to iteratively and creatively solve today’s product development challenges.
Our Rhino3D Foundations for Industrial Design class provides an in-depth look at 2D and 3D tools and methods with Rhino3D, a NURBs surface modeling software. In this class, we will systematically work through Rhino3D’s core features, using them to model the various components of a consumer product. Over the course of 3 days, we’ll cover some foundational topics, including Rhino interface and navigation, Rhino3D object types and properties, creating and editing 2D and 3D geometry, procedural modeling, automation, transforming geometry, Rhino modeling best practices, freeform vs. precision modeling, and exporting geometry.
You’ll take away the following:
This class is ideal for:
Industrial designers who are new to Rhino3D and want to learn its concepts and technical features in an instructor-led environment.
For groups of 10 or more, contact Mode Lab at firstname.lastname@example.org
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