A sample of what you learn at our RhinoGold Essentials Training for Beginners
Some of the tutorials we cover during the 2-days training are listed below:
You'll use the Ring Wizard Tool to create these stacking wave rings.
Bezel Set Ring
We'll use the Gem Studio to make the round brilliant, and then create the setting using the Bezel Studio.
To create this ring, we will use some very useful RhinoGold tools including the Ring Gauge, Gem Studio, Head Studio, and Dynamic Polar Array.
Channel Set Ring
To make this channel-set ring, we'll use the channel tool and the cutter tool.
You'll be introduced to the Signet Ring Tool, and the Text Tool to create the initials on this ring.
RhinoGold Elements Ring Band
We'll build on our training and design this ring using the Ring Wizard, add a RhinoGold Elements Library component, and we'll show you a trick with the Halo Builder to easily build the stones and prongs.
You'll be introduced to the Halo Builder which we will use to create this ring.
Halo Cluster Ring
In this lesson we'll use the Cluster tool to create the cluster around the main gem, and use the Ring Shank tool to finish the ring.
Using RhinoGold Elements, we will select a 3-stone ring, and learn how to modify the design for larger or smaller gems.
Princess Cut Split Shank Halo
We'll use the halo and split shank tools with the cutters in line to create this ring.
By Pass Ring
First we'll place the gem, and create a bezel setting. Using the Advanced Ring Curve tool, we'll create the bypass curve, then make the shank using the Dynamic Profile tool.
Textured Men's Wedder
We'll use the Texture tool to apply a textured pattern to a simple men's wedding band.
So what do you get with our Training?
Our RhinoGold Essentials Training covers the typical designs that jewelers make on a day-to-day basis. Our lessons and tutorials are designed to give you the foundation you need to begin learning, and making money from CAD jewelry. - Rik Juod, CAD Jewelry School