Monthly Archives: November 2009

Model something vehicular (i.e. some part of a car) and enter it in our T-Splines vehicular modeling challenge. The entry deadline has been extended to December 8. Model below done in T-Splines by Jamie B.

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Here’s how Miguel Gasso’s T-Splines ring turned out. This video and photos are of the actual ring, not renders (sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference these days…) Don’t forget to watch the uncut videos showing his modeling process.

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Miguel Gasso, jeweler based in Barcelona, recently uploaded a series of narrated, uncut videos to YouTube showing how he modeled a ring for production using T-Splines this week. The videos are narrated in Spanish. Miguel talks through his entire process … Continue reading

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Converting an .obj mesh file to a smooth T-spline surface is a popular feature in the T-Splines for Rhino plugin, because T-spline surfaces are NURBS compatible and can be manufactured. Even though the actual conversion of the .obj mesh to … Continue reading

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T-Splines reseller Design Systems & Technologies is exhibiting at METS in Amsterdam, November 17-19, 2009. (Stand 04.408, in the French pavilion). I will be in their booth on Wednesday, November 18, to give product demonstrations about how T-Splines works with … Continue reading

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