a place to shine a light on the work of students and teachers
Under Construction: Photos, Process steps, videos to follow. We hope to have this ready to go for WA & OR teacher conferences.
With teachers acquiring cnc mini-mills and routers, we have decided it is time to dig up
some old and new projects. Models that require accuracy and precision modeling / machining. …Continue
Added by Bob Koll on February 15, 2020 at 5:43pm — No Comments
Cory joined us this morning. We just hit 500. Thanks Cory.
Send in your project ideas. For sure let me know if you want anything 'featured'.
Table of Contents is working. Let me know if you want anything added to this…Continue
Added by Bob Koll on February 13, 2020 at 4:46pm — No Comments
Yes for 3d printing AND this is a good model for cutting on a CNC mill or CNC router.
Use the model with whatever CAM software you use.…Continue
Added by Bob Koll on February 13, 2020 at 1:14pm — No Comments
Thanks to Vanessa Steeg for sharing this content with us:
Her website: The Melting Shop She is also a Rhino techie and trainer.
New to Rhino rendering or changing from v5 to v6? Start with this short (9 mins)…Continue
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You will be accessing the latest updated v6 Training Manual 'on-line'.…Continue
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What is the best tripod? This is a common question in the world of photography. However, answering this question is a wee bit difficult. This is because every nature photographers have their own unique needs and specifications. Therefore, the best nature photography tripod depends on your personal requirements.
Added by George Royal on January 16, 2020 at 11:22am — No Comments
Here is a kitchen renovation project that uses Rhino to develop and communicate the design options to the client. After nearly eleven interactions, the design, colors and materials were decided upon.
The project was due to begin and late October 2019 and be finished by the first week in December. In-stock cabinets from Home Depot were used to keep the project on budget and schedule.
I, along with Bob Koll and Pete Sorenson believe this could be a great project for high school…Continue
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11x8.5 Layout tutorial (cabinet and cutting list):
Border & Title area, Picture images, Exploded cabinet, Revision cloud, Leaders.
Download and Open the following…Continue
Added by Bob Koll on November 20, 2019 at 7:02pm — No Comments
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As my students do more and more plasma cut signs, and as those signs get more and more complicated, I found that I needed to give them some tools to help them troubleshoot potential issues with their files before we actually cut them. This is the process that I have them use to check for cut-readiness prior to submitting their files to me.Continue
Added by Tim Eggleston on November 14, 2019 at 9:48am — No Comments
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I put this quick tutorial together for my kids to work on modeling and rendering water bottles that we engrave for customer.Continue