RhinoCeros2018-08-24T11:01:38+00:00

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PART ONE- Introduction and Overview
1. Introduction and Overview
 Object types
 Surface
 Poly surface
 Solid
 Lightweight Extrusion
Objects
 Curve
 Polygon Mesh
 The Rhino for Windows
Interface
 The Rhino Screen
 Menus
 Toolbars
 Tooltips
 Cascading toolbars
 Graphics Area
 Viewports
 Viewport tabs
 Command Area
 The Mouse
 Entering Commands
 Shortcuts and Aliase
 Clickable options
 Autocomplete command
name
 Repeating commands
 Canceling commands
 Help
 View the Command Line
History
 View Recent Commands
 Surface direction

PART TWO- Modeling and Editing
2. Creating Geometry
 Drawing lines
 Drawing free-form curves
 Modeling aids
 Grid Snap
 Ortho
 Osnap
 Smart Track
 Planar
 Gumball
 Record History
 Filter
 Saving your work
 Layers
 Selecting objects
 Dedicated selection
commands
 Filter Selection
3. Precision modeling
 Coordinate entry
 Absolute coordinates
 Relative coordinates
 Polar coordinates
 Distance and angle
constraint entry
 Object Snaps
 Additional modeling aids
 Smart Track
 Tab Constraint
 Project constraint
 Planar constraint
 Viewports and
construction planes
 Viewports
 Construction planes
 Analysis commands
 Distance
 Length
 Radius
 Point evaluation
 Drawing with precision
 Circles
 Arcs
 Ellipses and polygons
 Ellipses
 Polygons
 Rectangles
 Free-form curves
 Helix and Spiral
4. Editing Geometry
 Fillet
 Blend
 Chamfer
 Move
 Copy
 Undo and Redo
 Rotate
 Group
 Mirror
 Join
 Scale
 Editing with the gumball
 Gumball actions:
 Gumball Controls
 Trim
 Split
 Extend
 Offset
 Array

Point editing
 About control points, edit points, and knots
 Nudge Controls
PART THREE- 3D Modeling and Editing
6. Creating Deformable
Shapes
 The Rubber Ducky
 Create the body and head
shapes
 Separate the bill from the
head
 Create the duck’s neck
 Render a picture of the
ducky
7. Modeling with Solids
 Model a bar with engraved
text
 Offset solid text
8. Creating surfaces
 Simple surfaces – Phone
 Planes
 Surface from planar curves
 Surface from edge curves
 Extruding curves
 Join
 Lofted surfaces – Canoe
 Revolved surfaces – Vase
 Rail Revolve – Heart, star
 Sweeps andcurve networks
 Rear-view mirror
 Toy hammer
 Squeeze bottle
9. Importing and exporting
 Exporting Rhino File
Information
 Importing other file formats
into Rhino
10. Rendering
 Apply materials
 Add lights
 Add textures
 Use a ground plane
11. Annotating your model
 Dimensions
 Dimension types
 Dimension tools
 Linear Dimensions
 Leaders
 Making a 2-D drawing from
a 3-D model
12. Printing and Layouts
 Printing
 Layouts

PART FOUR- Extras
13. Transforming solids
 Flow along surface
 Surface direction
 History and Gumball
 Flow
PART FIVE- Plugins
 V-ray Rendering for Rhino