This week I improved my 3D model of the swan. Rebuilding the neck. Using the “wirecut” command to cut the head into several parts and keep them solid. Now it looks like a duck though. I didn’t know why I couldn’t boolean the parts of the head that I cut by the curve. So… Continue reading 3D printed soap holder and final idea
I got some inspirations from this Multiple Lens Cap Holder. Then I wanted to customize one for myself. I set the diameter as 72.9mm and 49.9mm. The 0.9mm is tolerance. I found this tutorial quite useful when I had trouble with creating a union solid. This tool works very well, I made a nice clean surface:… Continue reading 3D Printing of camera lens holder
Inspired by this tutorial, and this 3d printing, I decided to make a soap holder like this: I learnt one useful command: SetPt>Set z & align to world. This will make all the control point on the same surface. Here is my 3d file. I have three questions: 1.How to close an open curve? When… Continue reading week2_Soap Holder
I’m not good at modeling curved surface, so by following this tutorial, I learnt to create a flower in Rhino. It’s size is within the 3″x 3″x 3″ cube , the unit I use is millimeter.