Intro to Rhino 3D with Arthur Hash - Fall Session by Patrick McMillan
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Intro to Rhino 3D with Arthur Hash - Fall Session

Begin your introduction to 3D modeling with Arthur Hash. Reviewing the basics and fundamentals of Rhino 3D.
Enrollment is closed

Course Description

This 3 week (6 day) course provides students with the fundamental skills required to design objects using Rhinoceros 3D modeling software. Assignments will be given that challenge students ability to visualize 3D form, experiment with wearability in virtual space and format files for output. Students will be encouraged throughout the class to identify and explore CAD's potential for their individual design needs. Live session classes are recorded and available the following day for students to review. All recordings and handouts are accessible for 6 months. 

If you do not already own Rhino/have it installed, please download it and install it before the beginning of the course. There is a 90 day free trial version available at

* The instructor will be teaching using the Mac version of Rhino 3D 6.0. Students using the PC version of Rhino 3D should inform the us prior to the workshop to receive key command translation sheet. 

*All student will need a mouse for this workshop. Preferably a multi-button mouse with a wheel. 

The live sessions scheduled for this course are:
Monday Sept 14- Wednesday Sept 30, 2020
6:45 - 8:45pm EST

Monday - 9/14
Wednesday - 9/16

Monday - 9/21
Wednesday - 9/23

Monday - 9/28
Wednesday - 9/30
Limited to 20 students.

Hi, I’m Arthur!

⁠For the last fifteen years Arthur has taught digital fabrication and Jewelry courses at multiple universities across the country including the Rhode Island School of Design, Virginia Commonwealth University and State University of New York in New Paltz. Arthur has managed/operated multiple digital fabrication/metals facilities including Makerbot Innovation Centers, Digital Design and Fabrication certificate programs and MIT Fab Labs.