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This is a page where teachers can share ideas on how the typical Level 1 exercises can be expanded to challenge advanced students and multi-level classes.

Please email Mary Fugier with ideas. Be sure to include the Exercise Number, description, any additional steps and commands, images, why this addition is important or useful. I will be happy to update your ideas on this page.

Page Numbers give in the Rhino Level 1 Training Guide Sept-30-2013 printing. Page may vary in an earlier or later printing.

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Exercises

Exercise 1—Rhino basics - Page 24ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 2—Display options - Page 32ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 3—Drawing lines - Page 37ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 4—Drawing interpolated curves - Page 39ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 5—Drawing curves from control points - Page 39ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 6—Drawing lines and curves using mode functions - Page 40ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 7—Layers - Page 42ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 8—Practice using selection options - Page 44ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 9—Setting up a model - Page 49ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 10—Entering absolute coordinates - Page 49ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 11—Entering relative coordinates - Page 50ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 12—Entering polar coordinates - Page 51ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 13—Distance constraint entry - Page 51ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 14—Distance and angle constraint entry - Page 51ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 15—Practice using distance and angle constraint entry - Page 52ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 16—Practice using distance and angle constraints - Page 55ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 17—Using object snaps - Page 56ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 18—SmartTrack - Page 59ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 19—Tab Constraint - Page 60ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 20—Project Constraint - Page 60ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 21—Planar Constraint - Page 61ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 22—Intro to construction planes - Page 62ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 23—Viewports and construction planes - Page 66ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 24—Modeling in 3-D space - Page 67ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 25—Drawing circles - Page 77ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 26—Using circle-related object snaps - Page 80ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 27—Practice drawing arcs (1) - Page 81ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 28—Practice drawing arcs (2) - Page 84ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 29—Practice drawing ellipses and polygons - Page 85ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 30—Practice drawing curves (1) - Page 89ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 31—Practice drawing curves (2) - Page 91ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 32—Drawing free-form curves - Page 93ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 33—Fillet - Page 96ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 34—Chamfer - Page 103ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 35—Practice with Fillet and Chamfer - Page 105ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 36—Move - Page 106ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 37—Copy - Page 107ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 38—Rotate - Page 108ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 39—Grouping - Page 109ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 40—Mirror - Page 110ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 41—Join - Page 110ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 42—Scaling objects - Page 111ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 43—Gumball basics - Page 113ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 44—Practice with Gumball - Page 117ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 45—Trim - Page 120ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 46—Split - Page 121ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 47—Extend - Page 122ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 48—Offset - Page 124ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 49—Polar Array - Page 128ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 50—Practice - Page 129ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 51—Practice - Page 130ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 52—Practice - Page 131ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 53—Control point editing - Page 133ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 54—Practice with curves and control point editing - Page 138ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 55—Creating a rubber duck - Page 143ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 56—Model a bar with text - Page 156ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 57— Create simple surfaces - Page 162ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 59—Basic techniques joining surfaces together - Page 168ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 59—Lofted surfaces - Page 171ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 60—Revolved surfaces - Page 176ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 61—Using a rail revolve - Page 176ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 62—Using 1-rail sweeps to create surfaces - Page 178ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 63—Using two-rail sweeps to create surfaces - Page 179ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 64—Using a network of curves to create surfaces - Page 181ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 65—Practice using one-rail sweeps - Page 182ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 66—Creating a toy hammer - Page 183ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 67—Creating a squeeze bottle - Page 190ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 68—Exporting models - Page 196ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 69—Practice rendering a model - Page 199ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 70—Dimensioning the model - Page 216ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 71—Practice making a 2-D drawing - Page 219ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 72—Printing the model - Page 221ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 73—Scaling and locking details on a layout. - Page 227ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 74—Flowing Solids to a Surface - Page 233ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 75—Flowing a logo onto a freeform surface - Page 236ADD IDEAS HERE
Exercise 76—Making a Ring with Flow - Page 238ADD IDEAS HERE
beyondthebook.txt · Last modified: 2016/04/01 by sandy