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Decoding Craftsmanship II - Rhino Workshop

Speakers, Seminar - Decoding Craftsmanship


Rhino Workshop: 21-22 September

Speakers, Seminar - Decoding Craftsmanship2 day Intermediate Rhino Workshop for designers working in areas such as:
Furniture Design, Product Design, Marine Design, Architecture, Jewellery, Interior Design and Set + Prop Design.


Click here for details of reduced rates - Available to IDI members only


The Workshop

This two-day workshop, exclusively developed by Simply Rhino Limited UK for Decoding Craftsmanship II, is geared towards design and engineering professionals of all disciplines who have a basic understanding of Rhino but wish to improve their overall knowledge and become more confident and productive.

The course contains intermediate level material and begins with explaining NURBS topology in more detail before moving on to practical examples demonstrating efficient modeling techniques, modelling strategy and avoiding common modelling problems.

This course is the ideal step-up for professionals working in the following industries

-> Product Design
-> Furniture Design
-> Jewellery Design
-> Artists and Sculptors
-> Film and TV
-> POS and Structural Packaging
-> Automotive Industries
-> Architecture and Engineering
-> Interior Design

Speakers, Seminar - Decoding Craftsmanship

The Trainers
Speakers, Seminar - Decoding Craftsmanship

Phil Cook

Phil Cook is an experienced product designer who has worked with Simply Rhino for over ten years and is responsible for advanced Rhino training.

He has overseen hundreds of designs from concept to production. He has been working with Simply Rhino for over ten years and is responsible for advanced Rhino training and bespoke Rhino workflows for customers. Phil is also a V-Ray and T-Splines trainer. He has trained many leading creative and engineering businesses including Foster and Partners, HOK, Mothercare, Samsung plus academic institutions including the Royal College of Art and Central St Martins.

Speakers, Seminar - Decoding Craftsmanship

Sean Cowell

Sean Cowell’s background in CAD goes back over 20 years, his main experience is in Architecture plus M&E Services Industries and he has been a certified Rhino instructor since 2006.

Sean delivers the Simply Rhino Introductory classes and is well known to the many hundreds to have come through the Level 1 (Day & Evening) Introductory Rhino3d scheduled classes and Rhino Taster Workshops. He has also delivered Introductory Modelling Classes and private on site training.

Speakers, Seminar - Decoding Craftsmanship

Vanessa Steeg

Vanessa Steeg is a product designer passionate about digital manufacturing.

She's been working for McNeel, the developers of Rhino, for the past 12 years as a techie and trainer, as well as participating in the development of Rhino's training material. Vanessa concurrently runs The Melting Shop, where she focuses on creating digitally manufactured products and offers services such as training, prototyping & 3D digital content creation.

Speakers, Seminar - Decoding Craftsmanship

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On Saturday 23 September, a one-day seminar also takes place featuring leading designers and makers such as Humberto Campana, John Makepeace and Gareth Neal. -> click here for more info

Speakers, Seminar - Decoding Craftsmanship

Decoding Craftsmanship I, March 2017 at the Joseph Walsh Studio

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