3D MAX
3D MAX E_learning
November 13, 2021
Civil 3D
Civil 3D E-Learning
November 13, 2021

Chinese knot virtual training has been created for people to become fully acquainted with Chinese knots. In artistic terms, a Chinese knot is a set of geometric shapes that are arranged in a symmetrical and symmetrical pattern with twists and turns. In another definition, a Chinese knot is a harmonious combination of intricate, rhythmic, and attractive geometric shapes formed using straight lines.

Chinese knot history:
Wood weaving is a fine art that has been common in Iran since the beginning of the Islamic period. Some scholars have suggested that the use of this art began during the Abbasid caliphate. And in the 6th to 8th century AH, it became common in Egypt and Syria and has reached Iran since then. According to the available evidence and works, the history of knotting art in Iranian architecture dates back to the Seljuk and Safavid periods, and its origin was the city of Isfahan. This style of work is commonly used in the construction of the doors of holy places, tombs, minarets, and the lattice in the windows of houses and palaces and fences. This style of work is commonly used in the construction of the doors of holy places, tombs, minarets, and the lattice in the windows of houses and palaces and fences.

Tools needed to make Chinese knots
Saws such as a chainsaw, hand saw, hammer saw and…
Types of graters such as floor grater, manual grater, two-way grater and
Types of clamps such as hand clamp and desktop clamp
Types of rulers such as caliper sharpener, 90-degree angle, opening angle and…
Types of abrasives such as disc, vibrating, rotating and ‌ female sanding machine…
Types of drills, saws, hammers and…
Who is this course for:
People interested in learning different types of Chinese knots
Prerequisites for the Chinese knot virtual training course:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.

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