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  • 2 screw types

    I spent some time looking for an easy method to make a screw in Rhino. Here are 2 screw types:

    http://longsbi.250free.com/ScrewTute...esentation.jpg


    I'm a C4D fan..

  • #2
    I'm out of the loop. What's the meaning of "Rhino," here?
    Creativity is taking what is and bringing in what isn't.

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    • #3
      hehe! I was thinking the same thing... I guess it's a 3D program, but that is a guess lo!

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      • #4
        Yes it's a 3D application that came out around the same time Character Studio Max came out... I'm not sure on it's relevant usability in the industry now a days but I'd start learning Maya if I were you... every company is starting to turn towards Maya. Great for game platforms and Visual Effects.
        Chris
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        • #5
          I'm pretty sure Rhino was just intended as a modeling program for an alternative to using Lightwave's and 3d Max's modeler programs (it could export to tons of different programs for surfacing and animation, not sure on import though). I always heard it was a pretty decent modeling interface though some people liked it better and some didn't.

          I still think modeling in Maya is a pain in the rear though.

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