Incorporating the Osnap modeling aid into your workflow


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Incorporating the Osnap modeling aid into your workflow

In the fourth of Rhino's primary modeling aids, we'll review the most important one, the Osnap or Object Snap. I've mentioned that the goal is to make our curves clean and accurate. So, by far, the best way to do that is by using the Osnap. Yes, there are 10 different settings we can use, but fortunately they are all clearly and intuitively labeled. Even better, you should only need to use a few at any one time during the course of your work. So, I'm going to be working on this robot's neck and I'm going to explore couple of different design options by building construction or practice curves.

We'll actually pick the final design later and trim and join the curves together. Another note, these Osnaps will work on any kind of geometry, which includes curves, surfaces or edges of solids. But for this chapter, we'll stay focused primarily on curves with maybe one snap to a surface at the very end. Our Osnap toggle is located here at the bottom. I'm going to ...

Incorporating the Osnap modeling aid into your workflow
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Incorporating the Osnap modeling aid into your workflow 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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