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VisualARQ, Flexible BIM tools for Rhino

Learn all VisualARQ features to develop a project of architecture in 3D and all produce its 2D documentation

For more information and enroll in this free course, please go to: VisualARQ

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Rhino Teacher Training summer workshops 

This summer, take a class to learn how to add 3D modeling to your design and communication curriculum. We have two 3D modeling workshops for design, drafting, graphics, and technology educators. 

Using Rhino, you will be guided through hands-on exercises highlighting 3D modeling concepts. You will also learn how Rhino renders models for visualization, exports models to CAM products for manufacturing or prototyping, and directly prints to laser cutters, 3D printers, and other output devices.

Bring your jump drive. Classroom activities, models, training materials, and files will be available to use in your classroom. 

The workshops are free for educators. Class sizes are limited, so register soon to get your spot.   

Instructors: Bob Koll, Pete Sorenson, and Dave Weidkamp, Rhino Training Specialists


Canyon Park Middle School, Bothell, WA
July 8-11
Monday-Wednesday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm
Thursday, July 11, 8:00am-Noon

Where:
Canyon Park Middle School
23723 23rd Ave SE, Room 115/117
Bothell, WA 98021

Host:
Todd Mass
Canyon Park Middle School

To register:
Call Jody Mills at (206) 634-4571, email jody@mcneel.com, or register online.


St Helens Middle School, St Helens, OR

August 13-15 
Tuesday-Thursday, 8:30 am-3:30 pm 

Where:
St Helens Middle School
354 N 15th St
St Helens, OR 97051

Host:
Scott Pieper
St Helens Middle School

To register:
Call Jody Mills at (206) 634-4571, email jody@mcneel.com, or register online.



 

 



Rhino User Webinar
New Rhino 8 features applied to jewelry
8 May 2024, 16:00 (CEST)

This webinar focuses on new features in Rhino 8 that are changing the way jewelry is designed. These features cover both design in the narrow sense and the visualization and presentation of designs.

For design in the narrow sense, concrete examples of application and method strategies will be shown, including the targeted use of SubD and Grasshopper for the useful creation of model variants. 
Special focus will be given to the use of the new PushPull command, associated with the new Gumball features, to quickly manage the insertion spaces of gems, serial elements, and engraved and embossed text. 
It will be shown how the new features, if well applied, enable faster work, an increasingly important and fundamental aspect. 

For design visualization and presentation, the focus will be on creating eye-catching previews to generate images and short animations for functional communication with clients.

Riccardo Pietro Visentin is a Creative Digital Designer: consultant, 3d designer and trainer for digital innovation in multiple areas of design. He has developed specific expertise in the design of jewelry, eyewear and fashion accessories.
Specifically in the area of jewelry design, he has been active in the field for over 40 years and has created training and consulting paths to introduce and improve digital design and fabrication in companies in the jewelry supply chain. 
He is the Founder & Owner of AUREASERVICE Design Studio (Est. 1989), which has been an Authorized Rhino Training Center since 2005


Enscape 4.0 is aligning its real-time functionality across operating systems. Architects can now design intuitively on any OS, using new people and vegetation assets, refined user interface elements, and a powerful denoiser to push their designs to the next level.

"With our new unified codebase, we are thrilled to deliver simultaneous feature releases for both Mac and Windows users, ensuring a consistent and optimized experience across all platforms, whenever possible,” said Petr Mitev, VP Product, Solutions for Designers at Chaos. “This strategic investment not only enhances the current user experience, but also lays a foundation for future stability and performance improvements, addressing valuable feedback from our community."

Used throughout the architectural world, Enscape is one of the easiest ways to visualize Rhino data in real time. Perfect for daily design reviews, live demos and client coordination, Enscape moves projects forward via instant feedback, giving architects the ability to represent their work using the power of immersive 3D.

Discover more about Enscape 4.0 on Rhino here...