How to Create and Transform Holes in Solids Using Rhino


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Creating and transforming holes in solids

In this video, we'll cover the third of the three Solid Editing tools, Holes. Rhino has a host of tools that will let us punch holes, move holes, and delete holes. The standard hole is a circle by default, but I'll also show you how to make a hole literally any shape you can draw. First though, we'll start with a round default option. Now remember, this is a quick visualization technique. It's typically not done towards the end of a project. Let's start off by finding where the Hole commands are located. It's in the Solid menu, under Edit tools, under Holes, here is all of the commands here.

Now it's buried quite a ways so we are going to skip that, and it pop open the Holes toolbar. Now all of the toolbars in the application can be accessed, even if they are not visible, by right-clicking in a blank area here and then just scrolling down until you see the toolbar in question. I am going to click on Holes. It pops up and just select anywhere to close that back ...

Creating and transforming holes in solids
Video duration: 4m 27s 5h 48m Beginner

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Creating and transforming holes in solids provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dave Schultze as part of the Rhino 4 Essential Training

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3D + Animation CAD
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Rhino
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