Rhino 5 Curriculum Guide … Writing now and into the summer. Send your comments, wants, needs.
Send a model, project, tutorial, Link, or other classroom ideas and I'll post them here. Email: Bob Koll
Teacher: Cory Torpa, Kelso High School. A Page Layout template and tutorial
Teacher: Paul Clement, Bellingham High School. Tyler Tse Rubik Cube animation
Teacher: Wayne Ward, Bethel High School. Rhino CNC Inlay
Teacher: Kevin Grayum, Jackson High School. Nutcracker directions
Teacher: Wayne Biley, Gleneagle Secondary. Student work at the Rhino Gallery
Teachers: Allan Hastings and Vicky Borchers, Kansas State University. Interior Architecture and Product Design
Teacher: Dave Weidkamp, Lynden High School. To place a bitmap for tracing. Note: Try the PictureFrame command instead.
Teacher: Gordon, Hudson Bay High School. Pumpkin model with notes and Jack O'lantern Design Problem in the Curriculum Guide
Teacher: Jennifer Styer, Sehome High School. Rubrics for Rhino Curriculum Guide Design projects:
Teacher: Judson Swets, Sehome High School Mathematics. Rhino Canoe video
Teacher: John Niebergall, Sherwood High School. Student work in Rhino Gallery
Teachers: Jeana Ripple & Nataly Gattegno, University of Virginia. School of Architecture
Teacher: Jen Maigret, Washington University in St. Louis. Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts
Table Lamp Project for Laser Engraver. This tutorial will also work as a scroll-saw or CNC milling project. Instructions are in Notes.
Wheel model from jpgs. The two jpg files are included as well as instructions in Notes. Use PictureFrame command rather than Background Bitmap command.
Two Rhino Templates for High School design/drafting classes v4. A one page Word document about making Page Layouts for a high school architecture class.
Open the models and Save As Template. Name them as you wish. When you change the template remember to Save As Template so your changes become part of the template.
Page Layout tutorial v4. This tutorial contains a word document and a Rhino model – a work in progress. Edit as needed to meet your needs.
Large Projects with Repeated Parts. Create blocks of the parts. Insert them when needed. And, as a rule, Save Small. Ferndale HS student created a 309 MB model. After Save Small it was 201 MB. After creating 'blocks' of the repeated parts, the file size went to 45 MB. As a rule, encourage your students to Save Small to reduce file sizes on your server.