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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.
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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.

RhinoCFD Workshops by CHAM and Simply Rhino - March 15, London (UK)

RhinoCFD Workshops
March 15, 2017
AM (09:30 - 13:00) Session* / PM (14:00 - 17:30) Session*
Farringdon, London, EC1M

CHAM and Simply Rhino invite you to the RhinoCFD Workshops, which will take place on Wednesday March 15 in Farringdon, London EC1M 5AD. 

RhinoCFD is a general purpose Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software plug-in, built directly into the Rhino environment. Users can investigate the interaction of their model with the surrounding fluid. This allows for rapid optimization and testing all without leaving the familiarity of the Rhino environment.

The workshops will be split into industry/use and you will be allocated the workshop that best suits your focus. Until your place is confirmed by email, please keep both session times free in your diary.

Workshop Agenda Outline:

1. Introduction to CFD – What is Computational Fluid Dynamics
2. RhinoCFD – Powered by PHOENICS
3. Overview of RhinoCFD
4. Applications Examples
5. Workshop Session

Who should attend?
Engineers, designers, and architects employing Rhino [V5, 64-bit] for CAD generation, wishing to assess the performance of their design operating in a fluid flow environment.

To apply for a place, fill in this form. Simply Rhino will contact you shortly afterwards to confirm your place and the workshop details. If you have questions about RhinoCFD or the workshops, please contact: info@simplyrhino.co.uk

*Attendee focus will determine which session they are allocated.


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