Monday, June 29, 2009
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Friday, June 26, 2009
We understood some of you have been using RhinoGold 2.0 for awhile. Good news is you can own a copy of RhinoGold 2.0, which will be on sale on June 30th, 2009. For RhinoGold 1.0 users, the upgrade to RhinoGold 2.0 is now available, absolutely free. English, Spanish, Japanese, German, French and Italian languages are supported in the trial version.
Monday, June 8, 2009
T-Splines for Rhino helps designers easily create and edit fluid, organic shapes for design and manufacturing. This plugin, tightly integrated with Rhino 4, adds a suite of new surfacing tools to help designers speed up their design time, accomplish tasks that would be tedious or difficult in Rhino, and translate between subdivision surface modeling programs and Rhino.
Click here to download a free trial of T-Splines for Rhino.
New commands in this release:
- ptGridSurfaceDomain. It divides a surface by its UV domain. Divide method can be byNumber, byArcLength or byCordLength. There are options to select base point and change UV directions. The command also supports history.
- ptPlanarLips to create variable offset of planar (unrolled) faces.
- ptChanegeGridDensity. Helps increase and decrease grid density in U and V directions.
- ptExtendGrid to extend a paneling grid by user-defined distance in U and V directions.
- Added an option to ptDivideSurfaceUV to divide the surface by CordLength. The command already support dividing byNumber and ByArcLength.
- ptUnifiyFacesDirection (previously ptUnifyFacesNormal) has new options to adjust the faces U and V directions to match the base surface.
- It is now possible to project paneling edges/faces in a user-defined direction. Use "PanelShape=Projected" in ptPanelGrid command
- Few bug fixes and refinements to ptUnroll commands.
- Fix and I/O crash bug.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
This is pre-release software. If you are not comfortable running pre-release software, please do not download this build.This release candidate has been tested by McNeel's internal testing staff and is believed to be stable, reliable, and suitable for use in production. Please report any crashes you experience using the McNeel Error Reporting dialog box that will appear. Report any other problems to McNeel's support team.