Join Chris Reilly for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Rhino for Mac Essential Training.
- [Instructor] In this course, we'll be working in Rhino 5 for Mac, the new OS X version of Rhino's popular hybrid 3D modeler. I'll assume you have basic comfortability working in the Rhino interface, and are familiar with using the command line, as well as creating and editing various types of NURBS geometry. If you're new to Rhino or would just like to brush up on your fundamentals, check out Up and Running with Rhino for Mac on Lynda.com, which is an intro course intended for folks with no prior Rhino experience. In the chapter Modeling Parametrically with Grasshopper, I'll also assume you have basic working knowledge of the Grasshopper plugin, as well as some familiarity with algorithmic modeling and data flow.
If you've never used Grasshopper before, I'd encourage you to check out the Lynda.com course Up and Running with Grasshopper, which will provide you with a thorough look at the ins and outs of working in the plugin. Let's go ahead and get started.
- 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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