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Sep 12, 2013
1h 21m
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to use various modeling tools to create complex electronics in Rhino 5. We will use sweep, chamfer, fillet and Booleans to begin modeling a headphone set. We'll also learn how to add many details quickly using the array function. By the end of this tutorial, you will have used Rhino's powerful modeling tools to create a finished model with 2D plans. Software required: Rhino 5.

About the author
About the author

Marc Tran is a French industrial designer. He graduated with a Master's Degree in Industrial Design, Services and Management from the International School of Design in Valenciennes, France, with first class honors.

Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
Hello everyone, my name is Marc Tran, I am 25 years old, and I'm a French Industrial Designer. I'm currently working as a freelancer in France, but I've experienced industrial design in different countries previously. I worked in Switzerland as a watch designer. Then I worked for Bang and Olufsen in Denmark, the famous manufacturer of audio and video products, and I will join in September, Jaguar, the car manufacturer in the UK. And in this course, we will create a headphone together, model the cushion, and add some details in the inside part. After we will continue to work on the wire and the jack plug. And finally, we will create the headband. The aim of this tutorial is to explain to you the different possibilities that you will have with Rhino service, and I will also give you some tips and tricks that I have learned over time, so now let's move to our first lesson.