Want to learn the basics of the 3D modeling program Rhinoceros? THE COURSE IS FULL

The course is full. Due to the huge interest towards the course, we are hoping to organise another course in Rhino later this spring or next fall.

What:
Basic course in 3D modeling with Rhinoceros

Where and when:
Class 891 on Thursday 14th of Feb at 13-17,
Tutoring sessions are held at FabLab in Aalto Media Factory on Thursdays 21.2., 28.2., 7.3., 14.3. ja 21.3. at 13-14, except 14.3. when the tutoring is at 11-12

To whom: Aalto faculty and students

This course will teach the basics of the 3D modeling program Rhinoceros.
 Starting with an intense afternoon it continues with short one hour tutoring sessions the following 5 weeks.

During the afternoon we will go through exercises in which we will learn the basic workflow of Rhino from creating exact 2D curves, editing them and creating 3D surfaces and editing them.

Some of the basic commands learned: Line, Arcs, Circles, Ellipses, Fillet Curves, Extrude Curve, Rotate, Boolean, Fillet Edges, Sweeps and so on.

The content on of the tutoring sessions are dependent on the needs of the students in which we will either go through new exercises or give advise on students’ own projects.

For the tutoring sessions take with you your own laptop that has the Rhinoceros 4 or 5 software installed. You can download an evaluation version of Rhino from the homepage of Rhino3D. The course material applies equally well to version 4 as to version 5 of Rhino.

The course will be held by Peter Kaario, an industrial designer at Innokas Medical Oy, who in his spare time runs a design company Plasticity. Peter is experienced teacher in Creo2, Rhino and Pro Engineer programs.

Register to the course in HERE. There are 15 places for people with their own laptops. You will get a confirmation email about your registration from Leena Närekangas.

For more information:
Peter Kaario
Tel. 040 740 6804
pkaa@plasticity.fi
http://plasticity.fi

Leena Närekangas
Aalto Media Factory
Tel. 050 342 7114
leena.narekangas@aalto.fi