IBEX starts two weeks from today in Louisville, Kentucky. If you haven't already done so, be sure to sign up for the Rhino/Orca3D exhibitor workshop on Tuesday, October 18th at 1:00, entitled "Rhino and Orca3D: What's New in 3D Modeling," which will be presented by Justin Freimuth and Brian James.
You’re also invited to attend an Orca3D training course in conjunction with IBEX 2011, being held during the first two days of the exhibition (October 17 - 18). This Orca3D training class will be spread over two half-day sessions on Monday and Tuesday mornings to allow you to attend the IBEX show in the afternoon. It will cover hull design and fairing, hydrostatics and stability, resistance prediction, and weight and cost tracking. This course assumes that attendees are proficient in Rhino. The cost of the course is $250/student. A limited number of seats are available.
Click here to register through the IBEX website. The training course registration can be found on the Special Events & Workshops page, after the pre-conference and seminars registration pages.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you can't make the workshop or training, please stop by our booth (#2118) to talk Orca3D or Rhino.