Rhino 5 tutorial: Making solids with primitives | lynda.com

How do you build “clean” 3D objects (those without gaps or openings) in Rhino? One way is to use primitives, such as spheres, cones, and boxes. In this tutorial, learn how to make solids with primitives. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Rhino-tutorials/Rhino-5-Essential-Training/133324-2.html?utm_campaign=cNYS5yMJvVY&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube.

This tutorial is a single movie from the Rhino 5 Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Dave Schultze. The complete course is 7 hours and 10 minutes and shows how to build your own 3D design models and prototypes with the NURBS-based modeling tools in Rhino 5.0.

Introduction
1. System Setup
2. Basic 3D Terminology
3. Navigation and the Help System
4. Introduction to the Interface
5. Workflow Basics
6. Drawing: 2D Geometry
7. Modeling: Basic Surfaces
8. Modeling: 3D Solids (AKA Polysurfaces)
9. Modeling Aids
10. Editing and Transforming
11. Analysis and Degrees
12. Modeling and Editing Organic Surfaces
13. Documentation and Collaboration
14. Rendering Skills
15. Prototyping