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These workshops are free to teachers.  Besides spending time working with Rhino you will have the opportunites for hands-on work with 3d printing, laser cutting, and other output tools.…Continue

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Started Feb 15

3d printing is the 'big deal' . Do your research before buying.

Tutorials Projects. Add your own tooTwo updated tutorials  plus Kyle's videos will get you off on a solid footing for running…Continue

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Started Dec 9, 2014

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The NBA program began at Sherwood High School in 2009.  It is alive and well and continues attracting girls to the design & build classes:   From ACTE 'smartbrief':  …Continue

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Started Dec 4, 2014


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At 3:16am on September 24, 2018, Ben Keirn said…

Thanks Bob,

I'm the wearer of many hats, student/teacher/administrator, when it comes to Rhino in our R&D department.  I just came on to help with some design transitions and I'm looking for all sources of information that will help me learn and teach Rhino; not just at our company, but also with the schools and organizations I interact with through missions work and through the STEM programs of the Civil Air Patrol.

At 11:50am on February 5, 2018, ugo spera said…

thank you, Bob

and to all guys in community

At 7:19am on December 1, 2017, Kyriakos Golemis said…

Hello Bob.
I'm an Industrial Design Engineer with postgraduate studies in Industrial Design and I've been using Rhino since 2005, after receiving my Level II certification, both for educational and commercial projects in various sectors (mostly industrial, furniture and eye-wear). I've been also collaborating with AKTO Art & Design College in Athens, Greece, as a Rhino teacher for a while.

At 6:29pm on November 9, 2017, Alexander Cochrane said…
Bob thanks for the welcome! Love the site! Rhino is one of the more popular programs we use up here to design scenery for movies. Now that I’ve taken up a bit of teaching I hope to introduce our film students to this great tool.
At 4:22pm on October 23, 2016, Jane Kim said…

Hi Bob! Yes I'm a footwear designer at Topline which is owned by STEVE MADDEN. We are designing  & developing for private labels such as EXPRESS, SEARS / KMART, Payless, ROSS, Nordstrom as our main customers.  What we do here as a designer involves creative as well as technical knowledge for footwear as well as good follow up with each customers and overseas office.  I'm planning to take Rhino3D Level II in March 2017  !! :)

At 10:52am on August 18, 2016, JOSE ANTONIO CARRILLO said…

Thank you Bob, done!

At 12:52am on December 28, 2015, Ronald P Barrett said…

Bob, I appreciate your contacting me. I am an Instructor at State Fair Community College, in Sedalia, Mo. SFCC is a trades school and I teach Solar-PV & Thermal Techs. We in the course do terrain studies, site layouts and systems designs. I am a Aero engineer so came with CAD background, but now realize I need what Rhino brings to our students. I'll post as I go, learning and getting my skills up to par. Really looking forward to using Rhino in my classes. 

At 7:17pm on December 10, 2015, Clint Chase said…

Will do, Bob, thanks

At 12:14pm on October 25, 2015, David Hyre said…
:) This was Halloween 2014, party theme was characters played by Robin Williams, who had died only a few months earlier. His last live character was reprising Teddy Roosevelt in "Night at the Museum 3", which opened posthumously.
At 8:54am on May 5, 2015, Steven DAntonio said…

Hi Bob,

I've heard about this guitar building as a HS project.  Back when I was young we used to call it shop class :).

I think it's great in a tech oriented HS, when I was teaching it was a Catholic HS and they didn't know what shop was or why it was important.

I would be glad to field any questions anyone has regarding building process or techniques.

This is my current build  http://s1065.photobucket.com/user/sdantonio93/library/2014%20Classical%20Guitar%20Build?sort=6&page=1




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