Rhino 8: Use CAD to Design a Small Bronze Object | Tues 7/9, 16, 23, 30, 8/6

 

Introduction to Rhino 8: Use CAD to Design a Small Bronze Object

5-Session Workshop  
Tuesday evenings July 9, 16, 23, 30 & August 6 
6:00-8:30 PM      
Taught by David Riley, IYRS Lead Instructor - Digital Modeling & Fabrication
Cost $595
Limited to 10 participants.

Rhino is an industry standard 3D modeling software used across a wide variety of disciplines.

In this 5-session workshop, you will learn the basics of Rhino. These skills will be applied towards the development of a small object such as a piece of jewelry or hardware. By the end of the workshop, your design will be 3D printed on our Formlabs SLS printers in Castable Wax Resin and then cast in bronze at a local foundry.

This is a great introduction to Rhino to get you 3D modeling and making FAST!

REQUIREMENTS: You will need to bring your own laptop and a mouse to each session. Click here to review the system requirements for Rhino. Please ensure that your computer is capable of running the software prior to enrolling.


IYRS School of Technology & Trades
Brooks Building, 3rd Floor
449 Thames St.
Newport, RI  02840

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