Rhinoceros, the most widely used software in the world for 3D goldsmith and jewellery design has been part of the School’s programming for some time. Created for architectural and mechanical design, thanks to its flexibility, ease of use and extreme precision, Rhino 3D has also found application in the field of goldsmith and jewelry design. The revolution? It lies in the ability to design, with a PC or a Mac, objects that can subsequently be printed by rapid prototyping machines (the so-called 3D printers) to obtain resin or wax models, ready for lost wax casting or for the construction of moulds. We decided to create a course that was as complete as possible, allowing you to learn the techniques of using a three-dimensional drawing program. As with all our other courses, the program starts from the simplest exercises up to the design of complex objects.
At the end of the course program a certificate of attendance will be issued.
Starting from the description of the interface, instruction on features and techniques of the software, this course aims to provide students with the necessary skills to create sophisticated digital models. Exercises in progressive form, according to their degree of difficulty, starting from two-dimensional drawing to arrive at three-dimensional using different features and commands of the software. Designs will include different types of settings, simple rings, trilogy and solitaire settings, earrings of various kinds, channel and tension settings, followed by more complex bracelets with pave’ setting, gallery and hinges. Simulations of real contacts between company and designer will also be included.
deposit of 300 €, non-refundable in case of cancellation