Learn how to use Rhino 5 to model four different pieces of jewelry: a basic oval ring, a more complex engagement ring, a cabochon drop earring, and an enamel cuff. The final CAD drawings can be used to show clients and craftsmen, or refined for 3D printing.
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Learn how to take your design presentations to the next level by animating them with motion, using Rhino and the V-Ray and Bongo plugins.
Learn the basics of using Grasshopper, the visual programming add-on to Rhino, to create complex 3D models with simple math, algorithms, and repeating forms.
Promote your design concepts better with beautiful product renderings built with Rhino and V-Ray.
Learn how to create models for CNC milling machines with RhinoCAM.
Learn how to build your own 3D design models and prototypes with the NURBS-based modeling tools in Rhino 5.0 for Windows.
Shows how the 3D NURBS-based modeling tools in Rhino are used to create 3D objects for industrial design and rapid prototyping.
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