Monthly Archives: May 2009

With the current state of the economy, this is the perfect time to learn how to differentiate and speed up your marine design with T-Splines, Orca3D, and Rhino. Come learn more at this free event in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on … Continue reading

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We’ve finished a new tutorial showing how to model a freeform bottle with T-splines, starting with NURBS surfaces that have been revolved and created from rails. A nice way to combine exactness of NURBS with the smoothness of complex T-splines.

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Just a few days remain to win a free T-Splines 2.0 license by entering the “Model a Bottle” contest! See details and entries on our forum. More than a contest, this is a great chance to evaluate and get to … Continue reading

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Designing the organic and blended surfaces of a bike helmet is a daunting project within most traditional mechanical CAD packages. The task becomes even more challenging if you need to meet specific aesthetic, aerodynamic, safety and functional requirements in the … Continue reading

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JEH guitars shares pictures of their entire guitar making process, from concept to production. T-Splines for Rhino is used to design the distinctive shape of the guitar body.

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T-Splines announces availability of T-Splines 2.0 for Rhino Improve the speed, quality and fidelity of your organic surface modeling projects Provo, Utah – May 13, 2009 T-Splines, Inc., creators of precise and flexible 3D surface modeling tools with full industry … Continue reading

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Ralph Grabowski introduces T-Splines v2.0 for Rhino to a general CAD audience. http://www.upfrontezine.com/2009/upf-604.htm

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T-Splines can be used to convert .obj files to manufacturable NURBS surfaces. Despite being the most common 3D file format used to exchange animation and gaming models, .obj files have had limited use in CAD because CAD files are based … Continue reading

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