Monthly Archives: December 2009

This time-compressed video shows how T-Splines for Rhino can be used to model a couch. You can watch a full-length silent tutorial video and download the .3dm file of the couch at tsplines.com/couch.

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T-Splines reseller CADLINK is putting on T-Splines webinars in French on 8 Jan and 20 Jan 2010 and T-Splines for Rhino training on 8 Feb 2010 in Paris.

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To thank you for being part of the growing T-Splines community, we decided to open up the vaults and share 19 T-Splines models never before released, FREE for a limited time. Starting January 5, 2010, this pack of 19 high … Continue reading

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So I’m a bit late to the party on announcing this, but for the next several hours, ASGvis is selling V-Ray for Rhino is $200 off. That’s a pretty steep discount. After today, it looks like they’re keeping it at … Continue reading

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Pierre Forissier at [n]codon has been posting some T-Splines experiments on his blog

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The winners of the T-Splines vehicular design challenge: #1: Tommi Laiho (Audi A6) #2: Jamie Barajas (retro Camaro TA) #3: Fabio Rios (C-Buggy by Citroën) The models were judged by Kyle Houchens of The Outside Digital Art and Design and … Continue reading

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Pintoo just shared this tutorial on our forum. I like how he included an exact filleted edge while keeping the rest of the model smooth (we’re asked how to do that a fair bit.)

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I was impressed with the surface topology of this car concept. Fabio’s created a pretty complex design as a very nicely laid out, smooth, watertight model.

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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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Aurelio Perugini from T-Splines reseller AnteRem has created a pdf tutorial showing how to create an organic ring using T-Splines for Rhino.

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