Rhino 3D Tutorials
This Wednesday we will present a new 3D design webinar in collaboration with Novedge, covering different design strategies forthe creation of 3D patterns and textures using Rhino and Grasshopper.
The complete recording of our first exclusive webinar that gives an introduction to Grasshopper for Rhino, with an overview and a demonstration of the software specifically targeted to designers.
The second part of a 3D modeling tutorial that shows the creation of a styling model for an engine cover in Rhino3D. This video shows how to add detail and how to prepare the model for exporting into SolidWorks. Check Part 1 here.
In this first part of video tutorials, senior instructor Phil Cook explains how to set up the main construction curves and basic slab surfaces and a number of tested strategies for making the corner blends.
A webinar presented by Kyle Houchens, who explains how to design sun glasses in Rhino 5 for Mac, using a real-world approach and creating a solid 3D model which is ready for 3-D printing or rendering.
A 50 minute webinar that shows the design workflow process for turning a 2D drawing into a detailed 3D model, taking as example a car wheel concept design.
In this video designer Thomas Parel explains the main differences between using Rhino and SolidWorks and shows some techniques for integrating them together.
This 44-minute video shows the 3D modeling process of a car stop light, done in Rhinoceros. A 3dm file is available for download.
In this tutorial Brian James from McNeel explains how to model smooth transitions in Rhinoceros 5.0 using combinations of fillets, sweeps and network surfaces.
In this tutorial, Brian Oltrogge shows how to model a tire in Rhino version 5 using FlowAlongSurface and FlowAlongCurve.
In this video tutorial Brian Oltrogge from Grünblau Design Studio shows how to create a high quality 3D model of an automotive wheel rim using several advanced modeling techniques.
A video tutorial by Scott Schneider, who explains how to use Rhino 5 new ApplyShutLining tool to create and evaluate panel parting lines in a non destructive way.
A collection of tutorials that show how to manually create fillets in situations where the automatic filleting tools in Rhino may fail.
A 1 hour 20 minute long webinar presented by Kyle Houchens, who shows how to prepare a Rhino model for 3-D printing.
In this second episode Michael Günther-Geffers from VSR explains the main criteria and requirements for Class A Surfaces and gives a workflow demo of the VSR plug-in tools in Rhino.
The first part of a video tutorial on Class A Surfaces, explaining the meaning of the term and how surface transitions affect reflections. General overview applied to Rhinoceros and VSR Shape Modeling Plug-in.
In this 40 minutes video tutorial concept designer and instructor Kyle Houchens shows how to create a product 3D model starting from a reference sketch.
In this one-hour webinar James Carruthers of Hydraulic Design shows his basic modeling workflow, as well as a few advanced tricks for modeling complex freeform shapes in Rhino.