Orca3D & Rhino training to be held at NDAR in Antibes, France, 24-26 January 2017
A 3-day Rhino3D + Orca3D training course will be held at NDAR in Antibes, France on 24-26 January 2017.
The instructor is Stéphane DARDEL, naval architect. The course will be held in English, and other languages will be supported (French, Italian).
The course is intended for naval architects and ship and boat designers, with a good knowledge of Rhino3D. The training will cover:
- Rhino v5 user interface and customization
- Foundations of modelling and fairing techniques
- Hull assistants
- Background bitmaps
- Surface creation and modification
- Point control
- Surface analysis
- Hydrostatic calculations
- Real-time hydrostatics
- Stability with criteria verification
Course fees are 650€/day, and lunch will be provided. Advance payment of the fee is required to confirm registration. A minimum of 2 registered attendees is requested to maintain the course. Registration will be accepted on a first come first served basis, and places are limited.
Participants should have Rhino3D v5 (latest service release) and Orca3D latest Release (v1.3) or WIP installed on their laptops. In terms of hardware, any modern laptop or netbook will run Rhino5/Orca3D comfortably in the context of the training course.
For more information or logistics questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking forward to seeing you at the course,