I'm a TRUE fan of Rhino and Grasshopper!
No one CAD tool is the best.
- I viewed several videos online and then followed those as online tutorials using a PC laptop to
work on the application and using a MAC to watch the videos, at the same time.
Along with the program tutorials for Rhino and Grasshopper, as well as Solidworks - you need to
make time to practice in these programs a bit daily to learn a workflow that's best for you.
Don't be intimidated by the tech you don't know, otherwise you're setting yourself up for failure in
- Looked for less time-consuming tutorials to practice:
Bitmap to Vector
Vectorize in Inkscape
I'm thinking about making a visit to gain insight from this U of M professor on
sensory machining (the link is slow to upload, so hold on).
- CAD Research & Plans:
- 1. video tutorial for
- 2. Antimony Wiki
Coding for Images
One hour grasshopper tutorial
- 2. This guy's tutorial
Robert McNeel & Associates
- If you need help or have any questions, e-mail him
visit this link.
- Trouble installing?
Visit this link.
- Used GIMP (another free, 2D graphics program similar to Adobe's Photoshop, to upload my profile pic for my intro section - no changes...
- Tried to use Inkscape to render the project modes - ultra fail...
- Will try out Rhino/Grasshopper for solar-powered, motion-detecting LEDs encapsulation for circuitry and wires...
- Fusion 360 has free forming capabilities (try with Meshmixer)
- SolidWorks PCB (can be used in Blender to animate tool)
Visualization (awesome rendering)
* review Fablab Corsica *
research: Gantt Chart