Join Chris Reilly for an in-depth discussion in this video Estimating materials, part of Rhino for Mac Essential Training.
- [Instructor] There's an important part…of any design process that involves…doing things by hand, off the computer.…This could include sketching, prototyping,…planning, and research just to name a few.…In this video we'll use some of the tools in Rhino…to make one of those analog tasks…just a little bit easier,…and that is estimating the amount of material…that we'll need for our project.…Now remember, our goal is to mass produce…100 musical instruments,…so it's really important that before our design…is set in stone we have a rough idea…of how much material we'll need.…
This can really make a big difference…in the cost and speed of a project,…and it also gives us a chance to tweak the design…if we need to.…This is certainly something you could do…with just pencil and paper,…but Rhino can make it a little bit more flexible…and this'll also give us a little bit…of a warm-up with the software.…So I have here my blank setup file…from a previous video…and I'll just go ahead into the Layers panel…and I'll rename one of these default layers,…
- 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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