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Make openings in your geometry

Make openings in your geometry: Rhino: Tips, Tricks & Techniques
Make openings in your geometry: Rhino: Tips, Tricks & Techniques

Openings are created in closed geometry. The process involves projecting or pulling curves onto surfaces, and then using the result to split. The separated piece can then be offset if thickness is required.

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Skill Level Intermediate
4h 11m
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Architecture CAD Product Design Rhino

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