Getting things to flow the way you want them around a closed curve is easy when you know this simple command! Watch the short video below to see how to use it!
This very short video focuses on making a split-shank ring that will have the best possible casting results.
This 3+ minute video explains where to find the decal function and how to place a decal on an object in Rhino 6.
This is a segment of a recent class where we did some troubleshooting on a student project. The exercise was to make a specific set of curves and then extrude into a solid. The initial output wasn't as expected. Turns out that one of the curves that was thought to be closed was not. Here's how we fixed it!
Modeling a European style shank is demonstrated in two different ways by Mentor Jewelers Joel McFadden and Gary Dawson. It can be both fun and instructional to see how other people model!
This brief video demonstrates one benefit of working in SubD in the Rhino 7 WIP. In it I show the difference between modifying an object in NURBS vs. Sub D to get similar, yet subtly better results.
This video demonstrates how to make a curb link chain for rendering or manufacture. It is also a great opportunity to see how the degree of a curve affects modeling.
This is a short demonstration of the command, "Orient on Srf" which is ever so useful in placing gems in a layout on a surface. Enjoy!
Less than 5 min. video showing a boolean intersect in a Torus-style ring. Commands used here are Torus, Rounded Rectangle, Extrude Planer Curve, Boolean Difference, Boolean Intersect, Fillet Edge.
“Gary Dawson is owner of Gary Dawson Designs, an online custom design operation that was once featured as a “Best of the Best” by Instore Magazine. Dawson has over 40 years experience in creating designs that capture the personalities and stories of his customers. He is a frequent contributor to MJSA Journal, a founding member of the Council of Custom Jewelers, and a designated “Mentor Jeweler”. He has delivered seminars and presentations at numerous events, including AGTA GemFair, Portland Jewelry Symposium, and the Santa Fe Symposium on Jewelry Manufacturing Technology.” ~Jewellery Business Magazine