Rhino intermediate

Course Dates: 19/11/21 - 03/12/21
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
Location: KS - Keeley Street
Learn using more advanced commands and apply these to create more complex 3D models on Rhino software. Send your file to be 3D printed and leave with a 3D print of your own design. All materials included.
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Full fee £209.00 Senior fee £167.00 Concession £127.00

Course Code: VW152

Fri, day, 19 Nov - 03 Dec '21

Duration: 3 sessions (over 3 weeks)

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What is the course about?

Rhino is software used for computer-aided design (CAD); it has many applications including 3D printing and rapid prototyping. It is used in multiple creative industries including architecture, product and jewellery design. It is a tool for designing and making that is relevant to any creative practitioner or an individual that wishes to further their skills and knowledge of 3D modelling and 3D printing.

In this course you will be introduced to new and more advanced commands on Rhino. You will be taught how to use these new commands alongside the commands previously learned and further your skills in 3D modelling to create more complex and organic 3D forms. By the end of the course, you will take home with you a small 3D printed object of your own design printed on site at City Lit.

What will we cover?

• Further contextualising the 3D modelling and printing process and its use in manufacturing.
• Drawing and manipulating curves, solids and surfaces using various commands such as BooleanSplit, Explode, ExtractIsocurve and NetworkSrf.
• Problem solving tolerance and design errors for 3D printing and manufacturing.
• Software terminology and 3D printing terminology such as additive manufacturing, CAD, CAM, NURBS, STL and slicer.

What will I achieve?
By the end of this course you should be able to...

• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the role of 3D software and 3D printing in manufacturing.
• Recognise and use Rhino to design a 3D model for 3D printing.
• Manipulate curves and solids using various commands including BooleanSplit, Explode, ExtractIsocurve and NetworkSrf.
• Demonstrate knowledge of the correct tolerances for 3D printing and manufacturing and problem solving tolerance and design errors.
• Recognise and use software and 3D printing terminology.

What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?

This is an intermediate course and has been designed as a follow up to the introductory and beginners courses on Rhino and 3D printing. This course is best suited for those with some previous experience of 3D modelling and/or those who have previously attended Rhino courses at City Lit. You should have a moderate to good understanding of the basic commands on Rhino, be confident with simple mathematics and accurate measurements.

How will I be taught, and will there be any work outside the class?

Through practical demonstrations. Group discussions and feedback are encouraged.

Are there any other costs? Is there anything I need to bring?

You will need to download the 90 day trial of Rhino to your home computer. Please make sure that your computer meets the system requirements for Rhino to run on your home computer, the link to the system requirements can be found below.


When I've finished, what course can I do next?

City Lit offer a wide range of short and year-long courses in Contemporary Crafts and Digital Arts for beginners to
advanced learners and professional practitioners.

Emilia Netto

Emilia Sutherland Netto is the designer and maker behind the jewellery brand Ember & Ore. Emilia has a BA Hons Contemporary Crafts degree from Plymouth College of Art. She has worked in the jewellery indiustry sinse 2012 in various manufacturing capacities and has taught jewellery making since 2013. More recently she has obtained two diplomas in CAD/CAM with an emphasis on jewellery manufacture.Emilia believes in using a mixture of modern and traditional manufacture and design techniques in order to achieve highly detailed and sculptural outcomes.

Please note: We reserve the right to change our tutors from those advertised. This happens rarely, but if it does, we are unable to refund fees due to this. Our tutors may have different teaching styles; however we guarantee a consistent quality of teaching in all our courses.