A number of customers have asked this question, so we have put together a short video below which explains how. The video is under 8:30 minutes long, and shows how you can create a custom ring profile, then add it to your library of shapes for use with the RhinoGold Ring Wizard. The great thing with the Ring Wizard is that you can use different ring profiles or your ring, so we show you how you can use a half-round profile at the bottom, and a knife-edge for the top of the ring band. It’s easy.
The latest version of RhinoGold gives you several ways to control the quantity of gemstones in you ring channel. The default is that the software automatically calculates the number of gems based on the gem size and position in the channel, however you can manually increase or decrease the quantity of stones.
In this RhinoGold 4.0 training video, we show you how to increase the thickness of curves and lines to make them easier to edit in 3D using RhinoGold. We show you how to update your display preferences in RhinoGold with the improved settings. Trust us, it will only take you a few minutes to make these changes in your RhinoGold setting and you will find it much easier to select curve objects like lines, circles, etc.
This video walks you though the creation of a half channel ring in RhinoGold 4.0 using 1.5mm brilliant cut diamonds (or other gems). We also walk through the STL Wizard to join the top/bottom together for manufacturing via a 3D printer.
We recommend that you watch this video on either an iPad or tablet computer so you can follow along using RhinoGold on your computer.
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