June 2014 Blog Posts (5)

Facades+ CHI early bird pricing ends soon

Facades+ Performance is coming to Chicago July 24/25! Early bird pricing for registration ends Sunday. Don't miss your chance to attend the premiere conference on building enclosures.…


Added by Gil Akos on June 26, 2014 at 9:48am — No Comments

Internship Call - Become an Expert in Parametric Design!

The objective of this internship is to make you a master of parameterized design using Uformia’s Symvol for Rhino (uformia.com). When sufficiently skilled, you will be able and expected to create parametric designs to be sold on uformit.com and, eventually, assist other designers in their Symvol workflow.

  • You will receive intensive training from Uformia to become an expert Symvol for Rhino user/trainer
  • You will have direct access to Uformia’s support team and…

Added by Cherie Stamm on June 24, 2014 at 9:12am — No Comments

Classycat Picture

Sorry to say Classycat was the last plane my father, Pete Tomalesky was building before he passed away. It was a 30's nostalgia design with gull wing and aerobatic capability. It was sold in an estate sale and I don't know if it was ever finished. I agree nice looking plane.

Added by Allan Tomalesky on June 22, 2014 at 6:59pm — No Comments

Exciting new Rhino 5 Career Opportunity in Metro Detroit, Michigan

Seeking a CAD person for our new 5-axis laser at Tenibac in Clinton Township. The CAD role  includes but is not limited to the following:


1.Experienced Rhino 5 modeler with at least 5 years of experience in Rhino

 • Modify polygonal and NURBS models for use in Laser Etching process

• Prepare engineering presentation and visualization graphics

• Decipher information from 2D and 3D drawing files, and sketches to conceive and construct 3D models and…


Added by Tanita on June 10, 2014 at 11:59am — No Comments

offset surface issues...

I've run into this problem from time to time and have come up with a work-around that is reasonably satisfactory but would sure like to know why this happens.  It appears that this surface (and some others I've dealt with) offsets in two directions.  When offsetting I used the "loose-on" variable which appears to have more or less saved the integrity of the partial chine that was created using the ORCA plug-in.  It is in the region of the forefoot that I've experienced a sort of reverse…


Added by Rob Ladd on June 9, 2014 at 8:31am — No Comments


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