Tuesday, May 28, 2024

New book by Tutor Jack Meyer: ‘Advanced Jewellery CAD Modelling in Rhino’

The British Academy of Jewellery held the launch party and interactive knowledge sharing session in celebration of the launch of new book by tutor Jack Meyer, ‘Advanced Jewellery CAD Modelling in Rhino’ on September 2.

The event also featured ‘Jack’s Rhino CAD Challenge’. Jack challenged guests to ask him their hardest CAD questions which he answered live at the event.

Advanced Jewellery CAD Modelling in Rhino is written for intermediate and experienced Rhino 3D CAD users who wish to improve their understanding of NURBS and subdivision modelling methods in Rhino 3D as they apply to jewellery design and manufacturing.

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The ultimate goal of the book is to build up a holistic problem-solving strategy to give the reader greater confidence in building their own original creations.

About Jack Meyer
Jack Meyer is a senior CAD tutor at the British Academy of Jewellery, a Freeman of the Goldsmiths Company, and a Fellow of the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths. He has been providing jewellery CAD training in London’s jewellery district Hatton Garden since 2006. Over 900+ students have passed through his classes over the years.

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His combined background in computer graphics programming as well as jewellery manufacturing is unusual among jewellery CAD instructors. He is also one of the few jewellery CAD instructors in the world who is certified to provide training in all major jewellery CAD software packages.

When not writing or delivering courses, he moderates a jewellery technology trends blog CADJewellerySkills.com, where he uses his combined knowledge of all types of jewellery CAD to provide advice to those keen on starting out in jewellery CAD.

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