a place to shine a light on the work of students and teachers
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The inspiration for this is from Scott Callihan
at Harbor College in Los Angeles, CA…Continue
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Download the latest V6 & v7 training manuals and models, click the link below:
Rhino v6 Level one training manual and models
Rhino v6 Level two training…Continue
Added by Bob Koll on March 19, 2021 at 1:09pm — No Comments
Vectorize plugin for Rhino 6 or 7 Windows and Mac.
The developer of the Trace plugin passed away a few months ago. Dale Fugier, one of our Rhino developers, wrote the Vectorize plugin to replace the Trace plugin. Thanks Dale. And also thanks to Gérard Bouteau, the original developer of 'Trace'.…Continue
Added by Bob Koll on March 19, 2021 at 1:00pm — No Comments
I was looking for some things that I could cut on the laser to include in kits sent home with kids during distance learning and found these three puzzles. They were quick and easy to cut, and gave me some projects to help them build some basic Rhino skills. The two cube puzzles are similar to the 3D Puzzle exercise in chapter 6 of the Rhino Level 1…Continue
Table of Contents is working. Let me know if you want anything added to this 'projects' document.
This is getting to be popular all around the world. Thanks for those of you who are 'talking it up'. This is a good way to add members. Add some photos, post a tutorial, or classroom activities to the page.…Continue
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Here is the second Carbon Fiber bike frame tutorial.
An organic frame design. Great project for students that have a creative side.
Given the location of the front and rear sprockets, as well as the location of the crank set and head post design a 'bike' frame . I would encourage exploring several iterations .
When I was teaching one of my students (Heath M.) built a non traditional bike as his senior project. A variation of it was latter put…Continue
Added by Dave Weidkamp on February 13, 2021 at 10:04am — No Comments
11x8.5 Layout & Template tutorial (mechanical)
Added by Bob Koll on February 9, 2021 at 3:53pm — No Comments
Projects to go with this series of updated/changed shed models:
Research and 'purchase' each and every part of the shed model. Be aware of the lengths of lumber to be purchased vs the length of lumber to be cut on the job.
Sketch each part of the shed beginning with the pier block. (Both Isometric sketches AND orthographic sketches.)
Sketch the entire shed…Continue
Added by Bob Koll on February 7, 2021 at 10:26am — No Comments
If you have grown tired of teaching CAD and the students roll their eyes at the concept of drawing another widget.
Try adding some creativity . Simple rules - many answers. This project utilizes the Sub D tools in Rhino V7.
Starting with some hard points (points that are given and don't change) design a bike frame.
The only rules are : You must use the four locations : Front and rear wheel hub centers, The location…Continue
Added by Dave Weidkamp on January 31, 2021 at 9:58am — 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 or v7? …Continue
Added by Bob Koll on December 15, 2020 at 2:06pm — No Comments
These single pages are added to 'prime the pump' with basic skills for drafting on paper or with Rhino.
Check back for additions to these pages. Download…Continue
Added by Bob Koll on December 8, 2020 at 10:12am — No Comments
The 'basics' is what the sketching and drafting posts are about. In today's school environment there are other ways to teach design. This is an attempt to fill in some blanks for teachers who have spent little time sketching and drawing. Simply put, it is our attempt to encourage time with a pencil and paper for both teachers and students.
Build up your library. There are many $5.00 books 'out there'. …Continue
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