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Full Rhino 5 Training for Architecture Design

Rhino is a 3D-modeling powerhouse, used to design and engineer products ranging from jewelry and furniture to architecture and automobiles.

This 2 days course covers the basics of Rhino as well as advanced topics;.

Topics include:

  • Why use Rhino?
  • Navigating the viewport
  • Manipulating objects with commands
  • Creating curves, surfaces, and solids
  • Performing basic transformations
  • Making solids with primitives
  • Extruding curves
  • Snapping to objects and planes
  • Trimming, splitting, rotating, and copying objects
  • Rhino Architecture Design

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Course Code: CRS-N-0042470

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Note the minimal class size to start a class is 3 Pax.

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Course Details


Module 1: Introduction

  • Why use Rhino
  • Using recommended hardware

Module 2: Navigation and Help System

  • Choosing a shading mode
  • Navigating the viewport using panning, zooming
  • Exploring help options

Module 3: Exploring the interface

  • Using the tabbed panels and toolbars
  • Getting feedback using the command line
  • Opening and saving files

Module 4: Manipulate Objects

  • Select & Move objects
  • Copy & Paste objects
  • Undo & Redo
  • Scale & Rotate Objects
  • Selection Tools
  • Using Gumball

Module 5: Drawing 2D Geometry

  • Understanding lines and polylines
  • Building rectangles and polygons
  • Creating arcs, circles and epplipses
  • Drawing free-form curves

Module 6: Basic surfaces

  • Comparing different types of 3D surfaces
  • Curve extrusions
  • Creating surfaces with lofts
  • Using Revolve

Module 7: 3D Solids

  • Extruding curves to create solids
  • Editing solids with Boolean functions
  • Solid control points

Module 8: Editing and Transforming

  • Fillet and Chamfer
  • Trimming and splitting
  • Lock & Unlock
  • Hide & Show
  • Mirror function
  • Array function

Day 2

Module 9: Measure and Label

  • Distance, Length, Area, Volume
  • Dimensioning
  • Label using Text tool
  • Section Planes

Module 10: Stay Organised

  • Layers and Sub Layers
  • Grouping Objects
  • Block function

Module 11: Materials

  • Apply Materials
  • Edit Materials
  • Create Materials

Module 12: Textures

  • Rhino pre-set rendering textures
  • Create Material using texture images

Module 13: Rhino Render

  • Setting a Groundplane
  • Saving pre- set views with Namedviews
  • Environment and background
  • Lighting options
  • Setting the quality of rendered images

Module 14: Build your own project

  • Reference images
  • Design guidelines

Module 15: Modifying curves and surfaces

  • Point Editing
  • Add and delete control points
  • Rebuild curves and surfaces

Who Should Attend

  • Architectural Designers
  • 3D Graphic Designers




Rhino TrainerTan Jun Yuan is a practicing designer with over 6 years’ experience. His focus is in product visualization - translating sketch concepts to actual 3D models for prototyping and presentation. He uses a combination of tools such as Rhino, vray, photoshop and illustrator to present these ideas in a photo realistic manner. He is always happy to share his tips and best practices on how to use these software

Rhino trainerBernadette graduated from the University of Melbourne, specialising in Architecture. She has a variety of soft skills from her vast exposure from designing to the building construction discipline. Since returning to Singapore in 2015, she too has worked in various fields aside from her full-time job as an Architectural Assistant such as teaching young children arts and crafts as well as educating professional working adults in their soft skills development. She has recently returned for her studies at the National University of Singapore in pursue of her further studies.

Graphics DesignerShirley Kwok is a registered instructor with the Ministry of Education since March 2016. She is currently a trainer for primary and secondary schools in Robotics Programming using Arduino, visual programming software Bitbloq, Scratch programming to create animation clips. She has trained more than 30 schools in Singapore. She is proficient in Rhinoceros, AutoCad, Revit, Solidworks, Grasshopper, Dynamo, Python, C#, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign. DIVA, Vasari, Ecotect, Design Builder, Urban Network Analysis. She got an architectural degree from Singapore University of Technology and Design

Rhino TrainerIrfan Kasmadi work experience and expertise has been mainly involved in design and education. Form 2005 – 2017, He has taught Rhino at LaSalle, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and currently with Nanyang Polytechnic.

At these institutions, He trained students to derive their research into design ideas and concepts. I directed students into realizing their design ideas and concepts through the process and utilization of 3D and 2D design softwares. He educated students on the advantages and limitations of each design before any physical construction stages in view of saving time, materials and cost. I directed students to understand the importance of professional presentation in respect to competitions, commercialization, sales potential and viabilities. I engaged students to compete and won various design competitions. I taught students on the design manufacturing processes through the introduction and utilization of tools, machineries, prototypes etc.

Graphics DesignerTracy graduated from Singapore University of Technology and Design with a Master's in Architecture in 2016. She is proficient in Rhinoceros, SketchUp, AutoCAD, Revit, Vray, Lumion, Grasshopper, DIVA, digital fabrication, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. She is passionate about architecture and design. She believes that a strong technical background is key in achieving milestones in the design process.

illustrator TrainerJia Ye specializes in computational design and digital fabrication. She is not only proficient in 3D modeling software tools like Rhinoceros/Grasshopper, ArchiCAD, Revit /Dynamo, but also on programming languages such as python , C# and Java. Furthermore, she also has strong knowledge on Abobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign , After Effects and Premiere Pro due to her architecture education background.

Graphics DesignerBelinda graduated from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) in 2017 with a diploma in Furniture & Spatial Design. With 3 years of training in software skills , mainly Photoshop , Illustrator , Rhinoceros , Inventor ,T spline, Autocad and Vray. Belinda works with softer and rounder forms that are more challenging to create . Also more towards graphic design in Photoshop and Illustrator for most occasions.

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In future maybe, Its recommended to have some evaluation survey first from the trainee like to myself, i was with 2 person with no background whatsoever with 3D and technical matters. So the session went slow to accommodate them. If there is a survey then its is possible to generally group trainees with the same background. Thank you (Posted on 9/8/2017)
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