To be an effective designer today, you need tools to quickly develop your designs and accurately communicate them to all project stakeholders. Join our webinar as we show the Rhino workflow from early design and model exploration to further refinement and documentation using Revit or AutoCAD, using Grasshopper as part of environmental analysis, using V-Ray for Rhino for renderings, and how to use Rhino for 3D printing.
During this webinar, our 3D Application Specialist, David Spergel, will show tips and tricks for a seamless Rhino workflow including the new Rhino 6 features as well as:
- Grasshopper, a powerful generative design tool now fully integrated into Rhino, provides a solid foundation for many incredible third-party components ranging from environmental analysis to robotic control.
- AutoCAD or Revit Workflows - So you've finished your design in Rhino, but now you need to cleanly integrate it into your Revit project. From a completely reworked annotation-style interface, to better DWG support and Rich Text throughout, it’s now easier to convey accurately and clearly the “what” and the “how” of your design.
- Boosting the new features of Rhino 6 and creating great-looking renders directly in Rhino using the V-Ray for Rhino tool.
- Unique considerations to keep in mind while preparing CAD files for 3D printing using Rhino.
About the Presenter
David received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University, with a concentration in Manufacturing. He has experience using a breadth of 3D design software packages, such as Inventor, Fusion 360, Solidworks, and Rhinoceros.
David came to Microsol Resources from the world of 3D printing, where he managed high volume 3D printing at the production facility for Doob 3D, and previously worked as a design engineer at Solidoodle where they designed and built easy to use 3D printers.
Microsol Resources is an Approved Provider through the AIA/CES and will provide a Certificate of Completion for 1 AIA LU and PDH for this seminar.