Generative Jewelry Design 3D

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Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design with Rhino® and Grasshopper® is a new way to model jewelry where the designs are ‘generated’ using generative algorithms. A form is created by a series of mathematical operations, instead of being the outcome of applying a conventional command. 
Grasshopper® allows designers to discover new forms from the simple to the awe-inspiring with no knowledge of programming or scripting.

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Rhino User Meeting Zürich by Design-to-Production - Dec 7, 2023

Rhino User Meeting Zürich
Solutions for and from the Timber Industry
December 7, 2023

On December 7, 2023, Design-to-Production is hosting a Rhino User Meeting dedicated to software usages in general and specifically in the timber industry: After an update from McNeel’s developers, 18 professionals will share their work, tools and thoughts in short presentations throughout the afternoon, followed with a social event around a drink. Our goal is to share about our common challenges and identify new ways to solve them, ideally learning something in the process !

Whether you are a timber contractor, project manager, software developer, cabinet maker, Rhino user (or not!), we are sure that you will find something to pique your interest and have a great afternoon!

The full program of the event with all details about the presentations and speakers can be accessed here.

The Rhino User Meeting is by invitation/application only, as space is limited. Fill out this form to apply.

TRmesh in Rhino - Tech Demo and Q&A, Nov 28

 TRmesh in Rhino - Tech Demo and Q&A
Speaker: Mathias Fuchs, PhD
Tuesday November 28 2023
Place: Google Meet - register with link below
7:30pm CET

TRmesh is a Rhino plugin for generating tetrahedral meshes - also known as unstructured grids - in a robust and performant way, bypassing the intermediate step of surface triangle/quad meshing. This demo will demonstrate the latest features and give us an opportunity to chat about use cases of tetrahedral meshing in Rhino. TRmesh is useful both for classical finite element analyses directly in Rhino - such as heat transfer solution and other engineering tasks -, as well as for a range of purely geometrical applications. In this demo, we will briefly showcase both areas of application. With the ever more widespread use of advanced additive manufacturing methods making it possible to produce more intricate and topologically optimized geometries, implicitly defined surfaces and lattice-like structures are becoming more and more ubiquitous. As a purely geometrical application, we will show how TRmesh is an ideal fit to Rhino 8's Shrinkwrap feature, together with which the generation of high quality implicit surfaces is an ease. This even extends to use cases with locally varying complex constraints. Moreover, TRmesh is ideally suited for noisy data, such as imperfect input meshes, or even point clouds. We will also briefly mention TRmesh's deployment on compute servers for handling high workloads, positioning Rhino with respect to more traditional engineering applications. Thanks to for the minimal surface. The demo will be a short session before the TRmesh McNeel webinar Jan 11, 2024.


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