Monthly Archives: February 2010

RhinoCentre is hosting a T-Splines demonstration for designers. The demo will be given by industrial designer and Rhino expert, Gijs de Zwart. View invitation. Date/Time: Friday, March 26th, 2:00pm Location: RhinoCentre Fortwachter 1 2141EE Vijfhuizen The Netherlands Cost: €50 Contact: … Continue reading

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Over the past week, top design schools in France, Japan, Germany, Italy, and the US have installed T-Splines academic lab packs for their students. If you are a university instructor, did you know that you can put T-Splines for Rhino … Continue reading

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I was checking Thomas Parel’s industrial design blog to see what he is up to these days, and came across a fun, older post: his CAD monkey, modeled in Silo then brought into CAD as usable T-Splines surfaces. We’ve had … Continue reading

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Watch this new, carefully annotated, silent tutorial video showing how to model a freeform heart ring with T-Splines for Rhino. In designs such as this, using T-Splines to enhance your Rhino toolset gives you a malleable surface that stays together … Continue reading

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Come for a day of basic T-Splines training at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City on March 17. Taught by Matt Sederberg. Register early to save $150.

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A paper entitled “T-Splines: A new timesaving technology for designing hulls with minimal control points” will be presented at the Chesapeake Powerboat Symposium on March 19-20. Registration for the event is now open.

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In the past, creating truly free-form products in CAD has required that you first purchase software that costs $10,000-20,000 — or more. T-Splines for Rhino offers an affordable solution for creating high-quality, organic surfaces for manufacturing. Learn the basics of … Continue reading

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Rhino3dHelp.com is hosting a modeling challenge to “design & model a home appliance for year 2050″. The contest runs through May 1. Robert McNeel & Associates, T-Splines, Inc., and 3dconnexion are sponsors of the contest.

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