RhinoCAM® at Montana State University School of Architecture
Students from Montana State University School of Architecture learn Digital Fabrication techniques using state-of-the-art CADCAM software including Rhinoceros CAD® 5.0 from McNeel & Associates and RhinoCAM® 2016 from MecSoft Corporation. Students were instructed to design and build a machine that would indicate the passage of time says instructor Bill Clinton. In this image, one of MSU’s CAMaster® CNC machines (inset) is cycling through 2½ axis Profiling operations posted from RhinoCAM® for a student’s design project. The Clock assembly is being performed on the workbench.