Explore three free Software programs that can go from simple to doing it all. Discover how these software programs can create 3D forms in virtual space. This class will provide an overview of Computer Assisted Design (CAD) in 3D through the study of three programs: Tinker CAD, Onshape, and Fusion 360.
Information on 3D software such as G-Code, Solid Works, Rhino, and their uses will also be covered. File names and their meanings will be provided.
This class is the prerequisite to the Rhino 3-D for Jewelers beginning on January 25th. Please click here to read more and register to continue your skills learned in this Intro class.
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Chris Stanley has been teaching various CAD programs for over 20 years. He has been a user of 3-D CAD programs since the 80’s. Unless you were working with a mainframe computer they were mighty slow back then. Chris keeps himself sharp by learning new products as they come onto the market. His go to 3-D CAD software is Rhino 3-D.