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At 9:25am on March 4, 2015, Aaron Schmidt said…

Greetings, Bob!

Let me add my thanks to the many others I see here. I'm grateful and excited to be a part of it. Keep doing what you do.

Best,

ajs

At 10:52am on December 18, 2014, Aviva Fort said…

Thanks so much, Mr. Koll!  

At 3:50pm on December 10, 2014, Akiyo Matsuoka said…

Thank you, Bob! Do you remember me from Level I class in Seattle McNeel office in 2012? I have been teaching Rhino Jewelry modeling in NYC . Want to start classes/camps for MS/HS students here in NYC. I am so glad to find this group!!

At 2:33pm on August 12, 2014, TAIWO BABATUNDE EZEKIEL said…
Bob, thanks for d gesture, pls, i'll need ur assistance on this software. Thanks.
At 11:57am on May 9, 2014, Scott Calahan said…

Thanks Bob.  Looks like a great tool.

At 1:53pm on January 23, 2014, Marc Kohlen said…

Hello Bob,

3Dinx is not a school, it's an idea, an organisation which i just started. It's aim, my aim is to bring 3D modelling and digital fabrication to schools.

I live in a very rural area in germany, close to the dutch border. I'm dutch but live in germany now for 7 years. Schools here are small schools, they don't have the money or means to start a digital fabrication project. My idea is to offer them a simpel workshop were 3D modelling, 3D printing and info is presented and the children will have some hands-on experience in designing and 3D printing.

I have a 10 years Rhino experience now and the last 5 years i thaught teachers, profesors and creative professionals the basics of 3D modelling and digital fabrication. Now I'm ready to do something new and my ambition is to bring the 3D gospel to children and teenagers.

with regards

Marc

At 6:53am on October 12, 2013, Josef Stagg said…

Hi:

I will be teaching a collaborative & comprehensive studio with the St. Louis office of HOK in the Spring.  They use Rhino (as some of us do here) as a "parti-getting" tool and we are anxiously waiting for the semester to begin.

Does the Rhino group get involved in collaboration studios?

At 10:32am on April 25, 2013, Garrett Staples said…

Absolutely! Looking forward to the upcoming projects.

GS

At 2:26pm on December 7, 2012, Derek Eggers said…

Will do. Thanks Bob

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