Join Chris Reilly for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating two-dimensional drawings, part of Rhino for Mac Essential Training.
- [Narrator] Looks like we're ready to start using…all of our three-dimensional objects…that we've modeled so far in Rhino…and make two-dimensional drawings out of them.…Now it may seem a little bit counterintuitive…to sort of step backwards from 3D to 2D…but this is actually a really important part…in the design process and those two-dimensional drawings…will give us a really important way to communicate both…the core design features as well as important measurements…to people with like our fabricators…as well as the folks who are gonna be assembling…and using these musical instruments in the end.…So, we've got a bunch of different parts here,…even a couple different arrangements of those parts.…
We've got the Assembled View and the Exploded View.…Before we get to work using the commands in Rhino…to start generating two-dimensional drawings,…I just wanna make a list for myself,…so that I could keep track of all the different views…that I'd like to generate.…So I'm gonna go up to the Notes panel here.…And that's in the right sidebar.…
- Installing Rhino for Mac
- Preparing a design
- Modeling metal parts
- Importing models
- Modeling parametrically with Grasshopper
- Extruding objects
- Modeling curves, surfaces, and solids
- Creating diagrams, 2D drawings, and layouts
- Preparing for fabrication: cutting and 3D printing
Skill Level Beginner
Sketching for Product Design and AECwith Kevin Henry3h 44m Intermediate
Introducing Rhino for Mac
1. Setting Up Rhino
Uninstalling Rhino2m 34s
2. Design Overview
3. Modeling a Musical Instrument
4. Modeling Parametrically with Grasshopper
5. Creating Measured Drawings and Layouts
7. Preparing for Digital Fabrication
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