Monthly Archives: April 2009

I’m a regular reader of Matt Lombard’s Dezignstuff blog. It has some of the best written and insightful articles about industrial design on the web. Lately he’s been posting frequently on surfacing with SolidWorks, and has issued a number of … Continue reading

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T-Splines 2.0 beta 4 is now released. It contains important bug fixes and stability improvements. Anyone, whether they are a paid customer or not, can download this version of the beta.

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An important difference between T-splines and traditional polygonal modeling workflows is that T-splines can contain T-points. In short, T-points reduce the complexity of a surface by ending rows of control points in the middle of a surface. The surface will … Continue reading

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T-Splines gives jewelry designers advanced tools to create and modify organic, flowing and freeform designs in a 3D CAD format that can be shared digitally with customers across the globe, manufactured, and easily altered. Rhino has long been a popular … Continue reading

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Lee Yun-wen’s class at the National Hsinchu University of Education in Taiwan has been doing some fun modeling with T-Splines. See more T-Splines designs from this school…

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Direct Modeling in CAD has received a lot of attention lately. Almost every major CAD vendor has some offering on the market claiming to be the latest and greatest in direct modeling capabilities ( See this Design News Article for … Continue reading

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