Rhino 5.0 will be be digitally delivered to you. Within 1 or 2 working days from your purchase you will receive an e-mail with your Licensing Information and instructions on how to download and activate the software.
In this intermediate-level webinar Maia Merav Holtzman will demonstrate how to model a full face motorcycle helmet with Rhino 5.0, using solid and surface modeling techniques. The webinar will also show participants how to obtain highly professional
Going from sketch to model, Gabriel Mathews will show the basics of taking an idea and creating it in 3D. Webinar attendees will learn how a simple sketch of a lamp can be easily transformed into a model that can be then sent to engineers for manufac
Brian James from Robert McNeel & Associates for an overview of the new features already included in the version 5 beta of Rhino. The fabulously flexible "Gumball" manipulator, Shelling, OpenGL display modes, Custom UV mapping and more will be shown i
Join us as Rhino master Brian James delves into the release and focuses on the most exciting new commands and features. Topics include shelling and offsetting polysurfaces, new selection methods, loose projections, mesh repair + more!
Technical support for Rhino 5.0 is available directly from McNeel by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone from 8am to noon, and between 1pm to 5pm Pacific Time at the number (206) 545-6877. For more technical support information and options please visit the Robert McNeel tech support page.