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Rhino Teacher Training

3-D Modeling Workshops

Oct 13-14

Franklin Pierce High School, Tacoma, WA

3-D modeling workshop for design, drafting, graphics, and technology educators

Learn how you can add 3-D modeling to your design and design communication curriculum without burdening your students with yet another difficult software product. You'll be able to focus on teaching design while your students take advantage of the latest 3-D modeling technology.

Using Rhino, you will be guided through a series of hands-on exercises that highlight 3-D modeling concepts. You will also learn how Rhino is used to render models for visualization, export models to CAM products for manufacturing or prototyping, and directly print to laser cutters, 3d printers, and other output devices.

Bring your jump drive. Classroom activities, models, training materials, and files will be made available to you for use in your classroom. You will have students working in 3-D on your design exercise within the first week of the term.

There are both one-day quick start workshops and in-depth hands-on three- to five-day workshops.

The workshops are free for educators. Proof of status required.

Oct 13-14 - Franklin Pierce High School, Tacoma, WA


Friday, Oct 13, 6pm-9pm and
Saturday, Oct 14, 8am-5pm


Franklin Pierce High School
11002 18th Ave E, Room 1714
Tacoma, WA  98445


Pete Sorenson, Rhino Training Specialist


Phil Anderson
Franklin Pierce High School

To register

Call Jody Mills at 206-634-4571 or e-mail jody@mcneel.com.
Or register Online
Class limit is 25.

Washington State clock hours will be offered.