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The Jewelry CAD Institute

“Continue your training to complete your passion. Let us help you conquer your inhibitions.”

“The Jewelry CAD Institute releases training files for Rhino 6 and Rhino 7”

The table of contents will point out over 56 lessons and 50 projects. The folders contain many design elements which can be used freely. These include, bails, die struck settings, gems, gem cutters, halo’s oval, halo’s round, profiles, .3dm files for reference, introduction video, ring sizing chart, pdf student files for practice and certificate of completion requirements.

There are over 500 halos with various size center stones included in your instruction. They are flexible, meaning they are not booleaned together so you can adjust to your needs. The library of parts is meant to be used for your instruction so you may expand on their content.

To get the most out of the program it is advisable to start with the lessons and move into the projects to test your abilities.

Visit www.thejewelrycadinstitute.com to enroll today and start downloading the zip files to your computer to earn your completion certificate. Please read the instructions at the top of the downloading page.

About The Jewelry CAD Institute

The Jewelry CAD Institute has been training over 1800 members since 2008 in the use of Matrix and Rhinoceros 3-D CAD programs. We provide training services from basic to advanced users for modeling in the jewelry trade. We provide CAD modeling and printing services for clients all over the world. We have produced over 150 professional videos, inclusive of Matrix and Rhino, for your training purposes which can be downloaded onto your computer. SOON TO COME RHINO 7 VIDEOS!

Russ Hyder, President-CEO of The Jewelry CAD Institute, has been developing and instructing CAD for jewelry since 2001 in multiple applications. He is a 45 year jewelry industry specialist with experience in retail, engraving, master bench jeweler skills, casting, CAD/CAM modeling and instruction in Matrix and Rhinoceros software. He is considered an expert in the trade from being a 5 year apprentice in bench work through developing programs in CAD for GIA and The Jewelry CAD Institute. He has taught all over the world on 4 continents and has developed a methodology to more efficient cad design.

Expert Training and Modeling…

We are educators and professional modelers in Matrix and Rhinoceros 3D software for the jewelry trade.

Professional Printing Services…

We also grow or print models from CAD files produced by us or outside clients.

Download Our Videos to Your Computer…

We have produced over 150 videos in Matrix and Rhino for you to download for your training experience.

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The Jewelry CAD Institute releases training files for Rhino 6 and Rhino 7”

The table of contents will point out over 56 lessons and 50 projects. The folders contain many design elements which can be used freely. These include, bails, die struck settings, gems, gem cutters, halo’s oval, halo’s round, profiles, .3dm files for reference, introduction video, ring sizing chart, pdf student files for practice and certificate of completion requirements.

There are over 500 halos with various size center stones included in your instruction. They are flexible, meaning they are not booleaned together so you can adjust to your needs. The library of parts is meant to be used for your instruction so you may expand on their content.

To get the most out of the program it is advisable to start with the lessons and move into the projects to test your abilities.

Visit www.thejewelrycadinstitute.com to enroll today and start downloading the zip files to your computer to earn your completion certificate. Please read the instructions at the top of the downloading page.

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