Advance Rhino CAD Jewellery Designing(Short Term)

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Advanced Computer Aided Design: Rhino CAD

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About

Rhino-CAD (Computer Aided Designing) is the most easiest software for 3D for Jewellery designing.CAD & CAM process is very helpful for the mass production in jeweler sectors. For Indian and International market CAD/CAM process will enhance product quality, time reduction, weight management, cast management. By using CAD we can make our own customized designs with the required specifications like size, weight, cast.

Required eligibility to enroll the Rhino-CAD (Computer Aided Designing) Jewellery Designing training:

  • Minimum education qualification is 10th and above.
  • Diploma in Visual Arts.
  • Diploma in Fashion Designing.
  • Diploma in Drawing Mater Course.
  • Fresher who are interested in Visual Arts and Jewelry Design.

Note: Golden opportunities for differently able (Technically Mute) students.

Flow

The Rhino-CAD (Computer Aided Designing) training will be conducted with standard flow to avoid confusion and to avail clear knowledge about the process. The following flowchart will explain you how the “Design Flow” works:

Content

Introduction:
  • Introduction to Computer Aided Design - CAD
  • Introduction to Computer Aided Manufacturing - CAM
  • Basics of 2 Dimensional Design – 2D
  • Basics of 3 Dimensional Design – 3D
2D Designing:
  • Basic shape drawing.
  • Free hand drawing.
  • Image tracing.
  • Dimension analyzing.
3D Designing:
  • 3D Shape creation
  • Execution of freehand designs
Stone Settings:
  • Bezel settings
  • Flush settings
  • Prong settings
  • Pave settings
  • Channel settings
Rendering:
  • Shading and Light settings
  • Material and Environment editing
  • Texture Pellets, Panels and Effects
  • Frame settings
Portfolio Development:
  • Ear Rings - 10 to 15 Designs
  • Pendants’ - 10 to 15 Designs
  • Rings - 10 to 15 Designs
  • Bangles - 10 to 15 Designs
  • Necklace - 5 to 10 Designs

Total Duration: 200 Hours

Class Room Online Classes
Weekdays
  • 60 days (10 weeks to 12 weeks)
  • 3 hours per day
  • 75 days (14 weeks to 15 weeks)
  • 2 hours per day
Class Room Online Classes
Weekend
  • 10 to 12 Weekends
  • 10 hours per weekend
  • Each Saturday 5 hours
  • Each Sunday 5 hours
  • 22 to 25 Weekends
  • 6 hours per weekend
  • Each Saturday 3 hours
  • Each Sunday 3 hours

Outcome of Jewellery Manufacturing

  • Ability to draw 2D image and to transfer into 3D form
  • Gaining knowledge about CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Drawing / Computer Aided Manufacturing)
  • Expertise in making National and International jewelry designing

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