A list of in-depth discussions on a variety of technical tasks
Tolerances, tolerances, tolerances...
What do all those numbers mean? How should I set them in Rhino?
Troubleshooting IGES files
A step-by-step solution for cleaning up IGES files.
Meshing problems, information, tips and techniques
One of the most frequently asked questions on the newsgroup: Why doesn't my shaded model look correct when I was so careful in modeling it? Things look “jagged”! What happened to my nice smooth surfaces?
This is most likely nothing more than your render (display) mesh settings, and it's easy to fix. Here is the place to look for the solution to your problem and for lots more information on meshing and custom mesh settings, including meshing models for export.
Using RIB renderers with Rhinoceros™
There are many rendering programs which adhere to the RenderMan™ interface standard (RIB). (RenderMan is a registered trademark of Pixar.)
Camera lensing in Rhinoceros
How to calculate lensing for pre-visualization of non-standard cameras.
How to get solid models
A post from the Rhino newsgroup from Jeffrey Everett, July 15, 2005.
|This article offers an overview of several methods to design and model
ship hulls in Rhino including an overview of specific
Naval Architecture tools in Rhino to be able to design ships and yachts completely with Rhino.
Last update: November 8th 2010
How to create macros
A basic tutorial on writing macros (scripting of Rhino commands)
How to set up macros and scripts to run in Rhino
It's easy! This page explains how to do it.
Troubleshooting FARO USB connection problems
Installing FARO USB digitizer and troubleshooting problems.
3D Toolpath Milling with the Taig CNC Milling Machine
Nick Carter outlines the process of milling a part from Rhino on a taig mill.
Running Rhino on Windows Terminal Services
Learn why Rhino and Windows Terminal Services don't get along very well.
Rhino V4 is now Large Address Aware
Need more memory? Get access to an extra 1GB of memory on Win32 systems in Rhino V4 and V5.
Using Rhino 4 with the Epilog laser cutter
Use Rhino's new features to drive the Epilog laser cutters.
|Export Rhino models to Google Earth.
Read an overview and use the tutorial to do it yourself.
Last update: April 29th 2007
Foreshortening Views Rhino 4 for Fairing
Use Rhino's new features to scale views for fairing lines.
When Rhino's automatic surface filleting tools don't get it done, here's how to finish the job.
The MeshToNurb command
What it is, what it isn’t. Much controversy and many support calls have arisen over the years concerning this command. This article will attempt to explain some of the workings of this useful but often misunderstood function.