Rhinoceros-Level 1

Duration

24 hours

Mode

Face-to-face

Location

City Campus

Cost

$1,050

Next Intake

14 November

Overview

Learn Rhinoceros, with an emphasis on workflows for 3D modelling using Rhino commands with a basic introduction to the Grasshopper plugin.

Course content

  • Introduction to the interface and navigation of Rhino 3D
  • Drawing, creating and editing geometry using curves, arcs and using 2D Rhino commands
  • Methods of generating 3D geometry and editing tools
  • Use of Rhino for creating sculptural forms
  • Basic introduction to the principles of Grasshopper and parametric design tools
  • Creating forms for 3D printing options for getting files printed

Timetable

How to enrol

More details

Prerequisites

No prior knowledge or experience is necessary for this introductory course. Basic computer skills are essential such as the ability to use the internet and file storage networks.

Materials supplied

Materials required for the course will be provided. All relevant course notes are supplied with comprehensive instructions and exercises.

Materials to bring

Pen, paper and/or laptop for note taking.

Suited to

The course will suit people who are interested in developing 3D computer-aided modelling design skills using Rhinoceros. The course focuses on workflows for creating 3D modelling techniques, so will suit users across a range of industries.

Outcome

You will be familiar with basic skills and terminology for 3D modelling with Rhinoceros. You will be able to apply your knowledge and skills you leant in this course to confidently create 3D forms within Rhinoceros.

Upon finishing the course you will receive a RMIT Certificate of Completion. You can use this as a record to demonstrate the outcomes covered in the course.

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