Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by sunadria, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. sunadria
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    sunadria New Member

    Hello there!

    I'm beginer at RHINOCEROS.Does anybody have some tutorials how to
    make a hull design for yacht or superyacht?
    Mario from Croatia:)
  2. Milan
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    Milan Senior Member

  3. sunadria
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    sunadria New Member

    Hi Milan,there is a lot to read,hope I'l find something where to begin.Thanks for answering...
  4. Chris Ostlind

    Chris Ostlind Previous Member

    Professional Boatbuilder Magazine www.proboat.com is going to start an online class very soon that is all about using Rhino to design boats. You might want to get yourself enrolled and get it straight from one of the guys who knows his stuff, Cliff Estes.

    This link is for the class that just ended... http://rhino0901.eventbrite.com/
    but you can get enrolled for the next class which is scheduled for May 2, of this year.
  5. Tad
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    Tad Boat Designer

  6. mjboats
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    mjboats Junior Member

    Well one way you can do it, that works well is to create hull section or create you line of your boat, and them just simply create a surface using your curves. (if you go to the surface command there are 4-5 different options, like curve network, corner points, edge points) just read the instruction in the text menu bar and it should work for ya,For a beginner that is probally the easiest....
    Good Luck
    MjBoats-Rhino user

  7. zeroname
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    zeroname Naval Architect

    As you are a beginner , so learn first the basic ,, if u already know autocad then it will be very easy for you . you can find from their website www.rhino3d.com two kinds of training guide , Level 1 and Level 2 , that will help u much ,
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