Filling basic 6-sided holes in Rhino

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This tutorial shows how to fill a 6-sided hole surrounded by simple planar surface transitions in Rhino.

Video Tutorials from Rhino 3D Tutorials

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A series of little tutorials made available on my Youtube channel. For more detailed Rhino 3D tutorials here's the link https://rhino-3d-classes-from-beginner-to-advanced-lev.teachable.com/

Introduction to Pave setting, and its basic knowledge.

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What a Pave Setting Is The pavé setting, pronounced “pa-vay,” comes from the French word “to pave,” as in paved with diamonds. By closely setting small diamonds together with minimal visibility of the tiny metal beads or prongs holding the stones in place, the effect is one of continuous sparkle.

Make a Ring With Text in Rhino

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Make a ring with a text

Industrial shelter 12x4 meters (Rhinoceros)

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Industrial shelter 12 meter wide, 4 meters long and 2,97 meters total high (2,53 meters usable high from the front, and 2,88 meters from the back). Area is 48 m2. Uses 5 mm thick laser cut plates and the following tubes sizes (all in millimeters): 100x100x2 mm 80x40x2 mm Includes a link to YouTube with a video tutorial showing the design process from start to finish with Rhinoceros: https://youtu.be/6KgcZnYgpok

Split Ring Shank Design Modeling in Rhino 3D (2018): Jewelry CAD Design Tutorial #42

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You will learn how to design a split ring with bead set on the ring shank in this tutorial. Suggested videos: Bezel Set tutorial ►►https://youtu.be/vuWBSxwdBw8 Halo Ring tutorial ►►https://youtu.be/VPT1LdA4vos Signet Ring tutorial ►► https://youtu.be/fsbqZH-hSlE Prong Set Tutorial ►► https://youtu.be/qxDI_7-tGHQ This tutorial is done by Rhino 6. The exact commands can be used with Rhino 5 and older version. PJ Chen Design Channel is about sharing Rhino 3D tutorials to students and professionals learning various Rhino 3D techniques. For more training course information that PJ Chen Design provides, Please visit our website at www.pjchendesign.com 👉 Share this video: https://youtu.be/BMoKZ-2JE2E 👉 Watch All FREE Video for Jewelry Design ►► https://goo.gl/aUPwz9 👉 Subscribe PJ Chen Design Channel ►► https://goo.gl/MJ4ExU 👉 Tell us what you like to learn about jewelry design ►► https://goo.gl/wAfJEJ ★☆★ If you found this video helpful, help me to spread the word by liking or commenting below. It helps me to reach more people and allow me to create more FREE videos! ★☆★ ✔ Like Our Facebook Page ►►https://www.facebook.com/pjchendesign/ ✔Visit Our Website ►► https://www.pjchendesign.com

Make quickly a signet ring setting with a cabouchon

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Make a signet ring setting with a cabouchon. Quickly


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Filling basic 6-sided holes in Rhino (ver. 2)

1 0 Intermediate
This tutorial shows how to fill a 6-sided hole surrounded by simple planar surface transitions in Rhino.

Blend surface - Advanced Planar sections (tutorial 1)

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Blend surface with advanced "Planar sections" option

Zig-zag stairs

1 0 Beginner
Simple modeling tutorial for creating modern zig-zag stairs with Rhino.

video bat beisball Rhinoceros tutorial Desing intro de Los Simpsons (jajaj) model 3d space travel

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A video where I model a baseball bat for a brand design contest. The Simpsons provide the introduction and the rest is a journey through digital cyberspace Jaja. I hope you like it! Hug! Un video donde modelo un bate de béisbol para un concurso del diseño de una marca. Los Simpson aportan la introducción y lo demás es un viaje por el ciberespacio digital Jaja. Espero les guste! Abrazo!

Filling basic 6-sided holes in Rhino (ver. 3)

1 0 Beginner
This tutorial shows how to fill a 6-sided hole surrounded by simple planar surface transitions in Rhino.

Loft magic

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When it comes to organic NURBS shapes like that, nothing can beat the quality, simplicity and History-enabled modification that Loft with the “Loose” option provides. A good practice is to use profile curves with the same degree and amount of control points. I started by creating the round base by using the Circle command with the “Deformable” option and 8 control points. Then, I simply copied it a few times and modified each one individually by moving its control points in the desired location. I also used Scale 3D and Scale 1D to adjust the overall size of each profile curve. As I moved or modified each intermediate curve, the History-enabled Loft surface updated in real-time, thus it let me decide what changes I needed to make to achieve the desired shape. NOTE: In this example initially I used the “Normal” option of Loft, which is not a good way to do the shape. The video capture was interrupted for some reason and stopped far earlier, so you will not see how I then deleted the loft surface and create

Editable tween curve on surface or polysurface

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History in Rhino 7 must be turned on, in order for the modifications on the input surfaces to affect the output tween surface and its corresponding curve intersection. The latter could be further simplified via the "! _RemoveMultiKnot" command, though that will destroy the history and also may cause the curve to no longer sit perfectly accurate on the surface/polysurface.