Monthly Archives: April 2010

Show Name : Design Solutions For Architecture & Interior Designs Date: 20th May 2010. (9am – 2pm) Location: National Library Building (Singapore) Link to event’s website: www.freeform.sg Contact Name: Sebastian Lim Contact Email: rsvp@freeform.sg Contact Phone: 65 6834 4251 Event … Continue reading

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Meet Tom Finnigan, head developer of T-Splines for Rhino, at the AIA architecture convention in Miami, June 10-12, 2010. T-Splines will share booth 2485 with Rhino. Get a free expo pass here.

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Complete your entry now for the Rhino3dHelp Modeling Contest: Design & model a home appliance for year 2050. The contest ends on May 1.

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ASGVIS, the maker of the V-Ray rendering add-in for Rhino and SketchUp, recently sponsored a contest with a simple theme—ice. The winner (above), is Kitchen Scene, from Dario Cavaliere, using Rhino, T-Splines and V-Ray. Read more at VEKTORRUM.COM

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Exporting T-Spline models to PRO/E: spread the smooth shiny goodness By Kyle Houchens Owner and principal designer The Outside Digital Art and Design LLC A frequent question tossed at the T-Splines crew is, “how does T-Splines work with _______” (insert … Continue reading

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A release candidate of T-Splines 2.3 is available for download. Among other improvements, this features compatibility with Grasshopper and Orca3D, and is available in Italian, French, and Spanish. Please try it out and give us feedback! This is a free … Continue reading

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As Bathsheba mentioned in her recent webinar with us, you can now 3D print in glass! As far as I know, the only place you can do this online is at Shapeways. Pretty amazing stuff.

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Download these 51 freeform models that can be exported and read in as an IGES or STEP into any CAD program. These models were created using T-Splines. You do not need to have T-Splines installed on your computer to read … Continue reading

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Orca3D is a software used for designing and analyzing marine structures. Orca3D v1.1 was released today, featuring compatibility with T-spline surfaces. Both Orca3D and T-Splines are based on the Rhino platform. Orca3D sections can be cut through T-Splines objects and … Continue reading

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Inspired by smooth, water worn pebbles, the sculptural form of the Baba Papa lounger has been ergonomically shaped to enable one to recline in a variety of comfortable positions. The lightweight structure is made from 60% recycled stainless steel wire … Continue reading

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