Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design


Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design

Jewelry and Fashion designers exploring new shapes using generative algorithms.

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Comment by Mary Bansal on December 5, 2014 at 7:30pm

Other than jewelery what attracts women? A recent study shows pheromones attract women - it's proven concept. You can read more on same going through a search in Google journal.

Comment by Martin on November 28, 2014 at 7:39am

Hello Rhino Community,

I am a student and new to Rhino, new to Jewelry Design, acutally, just passing through. I have years of experience with poly-/subd modeling techniques (Blender, 3ds max). The only reason I bought Rhino (edu) was that Autodesk is kind of shitty in all aspects after graduation and I need a DCC to make precision/technical models with (Blender is so-so...). One of those models being an engagement ring for my girlfriend of 5 years. Yes, I am picky and I want a special design for the ring. I know all the ways on how to achieve the desired design in Max. However, through my research, I learned that NURBS models are best suited for 3D printing.

Does anyone know how to go about making a ring like those seen in my attachments? Is there perhaps a Tutorial on that kind of design?

Should I perhaps use RhinoGold or RhinoRing?
And if so, would it be legal to make an engagement ring for
private purposes with a trial-version?

Best regards,


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Comment by Ashley Lane on February 11, 2014 at 10:01am

I have been trying to create a mobius ring band, where there is a smooth transition from vertical plane to horizontal plane and back to a vertically flipped plane. I have tried various ways in rhino but the transition is always too smooth, it seems to autocorrect the crossing over. I have also asked a few rhino users and they have not been able to help.

Do you guys have any suggestions? Or can place me in the right forum if I am not in the right forum.



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