RhinoFabStudio

Design + Optimization + Fabrication

RhinoFabStudio

Objectives:
Teach, learn and share different methods of fabrication for industrial designers, architects, and engineers where Rhinoceros is involved in any cycle of the manufacturing process.
This RhinoFabStudio community is a great place for sharing information about hardware used to fabricate your ideas, your digital models and your Grasshopper definitions.
RhinoFabStudio is open to everyone and welcomes any Rhinoceros compatible program that helps you accomplish your ideas.
RhinoFabStudio urges all Rhino ARTs and ARTCs to post your events, workshops and classes which pertain to fabrication methods and/or processes.

Contact:
RhinoFabStudio@mcneelmiami.com

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Innochain First Year Colloquium + Design Probes Research Exhibition - March 7-8, Vienna (Austria)


Innochain First Year Colloquium (March 7-8), + "Design Probes" Research Exhibition (March 7-20)
Angewandte Innovation Laboratory Vienna
Franz Josefs Kai 3
1010 Vienna (Austria)


On March 7-8, the Innochain First Year Colloquium and "Design Probes" Research Exhibition will take place at Angewandte Innovation Laboratory Vienna.

This pinnacle event within the Innochain network is where all ESRs present and discuss their research and methodologies in plenum with all Innochain beneficiaries and industry partners.

The two day event will open with presentations by ESRs on their research topics and outcomes, with a specific focus on the industry partner collaborations. An international panel will discuss and review the work. The panel consists of beneficiaries, industry partners, and invited scientists:

  • Prof. Mark Burry (University of Melbourne)
  • Prof. Christoph Gengnagel (UdK Berlin)
  • Prof. Achim Menges (University of Stuttgart)

In the evenings the event is open to the public with keynotes, who open up the research and give a broader vision. The exhibition, “Design Probes”, will be on display for two weeks until March 20, 2017. This Innochain exhibition features the work of Innochain in its first 18 months.

Tuesday March 7

  •  9:30: Start of Colloquium Day 1
  •  20.00: Keynote 1: Strategies for Combining Parametric Modeling and Structural Design – Clemens Preisinger, IoA / Bollinger Grohmann
  •  21.00: Exhibition opening 

Wednesday March 8

  •  9:00: Colloquium Day 2
  •  20:00: Keynote 2: Mark Burry, University of Melbourne



The InnoChain ETN network is a shared research training environment examining how advances in digital design tools challenge building culture, enabling sustainable, informed and materially smart design solutions. The network aims to train a new generation of interdisciplinary researchers with a strong industry focus that can effect real changes in the way we think, design and build our physical environment.

Sculpture Department in SCAD - New Certified RhinoFabStudio





We'd like to welcome the Sculpture Department in Savannah College of Art and Design as a new certified RhinoFabStudio

Pursuant to the mission of SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design) to prepare talented students for professional careers, the Sculpture Department uses Rhino as the core of its 3D modeling digital output curriculum. SCAD teaches students the skills necessary to model, analyze, and output high quality finished works using additive manufacturing and laser cutting technologies. Throughout the process students are asked to reimagine the way things are made and how they will reshape the world around them.

Professor Steven Jarvis has used 3D modeling tools for 20 years and has taught the digital based curriculum for the SCAD sculpture department since 2008.  In his own practice, Jarvis uses Rhino to model mechanical jewelry and objects.





For more information, please contact Steve Jarvis. 


What is a RhinoFabStudio? RhinoFabStudio™ (fabrication studio) is a small-scale digital workshop, certified by McNeel, with an array of Rhino and Rhino compatible software and computer controlled tools and training. These tools cover the various leading-edge industrial methods and materials needed to design, analyze, and fabricate almost anything.

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FabStudio Canada 2 Replies

Is there anyone in Canada running workshops/courses for RhinoFabStudio?Continue

Started by Nate Northridge in General discussions. Last reply by Nate Northridge Dec 31.

Convert imported file to solid - pb in grasshopper with BREP

Hi,I'm importing an assembly part from inventor to Rhino.To do it, I export assembly.iam into  assembly.stp file.In Rhino, i select the block that i decompose in order to seperate parts.I run Grasshopper to animate parts, i create BREP. But parts…Continue

Started by Franck34 in General discussions Dec 15, 2016.

 
 
 

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