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Rhino Crash Course

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Presentation by Viktorija Abolina

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  • 1. DUSPviz RHINO 4.0 WORKSHOP 03.02.2012 prepared by Viktorija Abolina 1
  • 2. NURBS, Non-Uniform Rational B-Splines, are mathematical represen-tations of 3-D geometry that can accurately describe any shape froma simple 2-D line, circle, arc, or curve to the most complex 3-D organicfree-form surface or solid. Because of their flexibility and accuracy,NURBS models can be used in any process from illustration and ani-mation to manufacturing.** http://www.rhino3d.com/nurbs.htm 2
  • 3. Select model units.Urban: feetArchitectural: inches 3
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  • 5. Modify your display:View - Display Options 5
  • 6. Modify your display:View - Display Options 6
  • 7. Modify your tools:Right click on Toolbar and check/un-check the tools you’ll use, 7
  • 8. Modify your tools:Right click on Toolbar and check/un-check the tools you’ll use, 8
  • 9. Modify your viewRight click on viewport title - Set View - PerspectiveSame menu can be used to modify1. how 3D object are rendered on the screen.2. camera view angle 93. Vewport Properties, etc.
  • 10. Import a drawing from GIS/CAD/ILFile - Import 10
  • 11. Import a drawing from GIS/CAD/IL1. Choose your file (Supported file formats from GIS: “.dxf” “.dwg”)2. Open 11
  • 12. Modify object properties in Layer window. 12
  • 13. Turn off layers you are not working within Layer Properties switch off a layer (light bulb icon) 13
  • 14. Turn off layers you are not working within Layer Properties switch off a layer (light bulb icon) 14
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  • 16. Layer Management: select all objectsright-click on the layer > Select Objects 16
  • 17. 1. Create New Layer in Layer Propertiesdouble click new layer to activate2. extrude object to 3D select outline and type:Extrude 17
  • 18. Change View:right-click on viewport and select the view to Ghosted 18
  • 19. Make 3D type:Extrude 19
  • 20. 1. Create New Layer in Layer Properties this time for curbsdouble click new layer to activate2. extrude object to 3D select outline and type:Extrude 20
  • 21. 1. Create New Layer in Layer Properties this time for curbsdouble click new layer to activate2. extrude object to 3D select outline and type:Extrude 21
  • 22. Select all curbesright-click layer select Object 22
  • 23. 1. Select all curbsright-click layer Select Object2. lock so you only have orthogonal movementpress F8 or clock ortho on the bottom3. to move type 23Move
  • 24. 1. Make a 2D drawing, type:Make2D2. Zoom, type:Zoomtype S (to zoom to selection) 24
  • 25. 1. Export your 2D drawing, got to:File>Export Selected 25
  • 26. 1. Choose your format and file name 26
  • 27. 1. For a quick basic render choose Material in Layer Properties 27
  • 28. 1. For a quick basic render: press render (blue ball) on the menu bar 28
  • 29. 1. Rhino is great for scripting! (if you don’t scrip, you can find great scrips for just about any-thing online.) This one here is to make “axons’Tools>Rhino Script>Load 29
  • 30. 1. You can print directly from Rhino at a correct scaleFile>Print1. Select Printer or PDF2. Select Scale3. Move Window and select line weights 304. Print
  • 31. Additional Resources 31
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  • 42. QUESTIONS 42