Monthly Archives: July 2010

Gemvision, makers of industry leading jewelry design and manufacturing software, will license the T-Tools Organic Modeling Suite for use in their award-winning jewelry software. Read more.

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We’ve been working on some “Introduction to T-Splines” videos, showing some extremely basic ways to make impressive designs with T-Splines. This video shows how to model a coaster. Enjoy!

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We’ve been working on some “Introduction to T-Splines” videos, showing some extremely basic ways to make impressive designs with T-Splines. This video shows how to model a bike pedal. Enjoy!

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Announcing a T-Splines one-day training in Valenza, Italy on September 17, 2010. Registration details.

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This just in from our friends at Liquid Tectonics (and yes, FurGen does work on T-Splines objects): FurGen 1.0 for Rhino Released Washington, D.C. – Liquid Tectonics, a technology development and design company, announces the release of FurGen 1.0, a … Continue reading

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We’ve been working on some “Introduction to T-Splines” videos, showing some extremely basic ways to make impressive designs with T-Splines. This video shows how to model a helmet. Enjoy!

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So just how integrated is T-Splines with Rhino? If you are an existing Rhino user, how much of your Rhino toolset can you leverage when modeling with T-Splines? To answer that, we’ve compiled a partial list of some of the … Continue reading

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I’ll be teaching a T-Splines organic modeling workshop at the Advances in Architectural Geometry conference in Vienna on September 18. I’d recommend staying the next day as well for a workshop about designing panelizations for subdivision surfaces (and T-splines) by … Continue reading

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There are a few new parametric modeling plugins for Rhino; this is the first video I have seen that shows how they actually work. I’m pleasantly surprised with how Ledas has been able to pull off the UI in Rhino. … Continue reading

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We’ve been working on some “Introduction to T-Splines” videos, showing some extremely basic ways to make impressive designs with T-Splines. This video shows how to model an egg holder. Enjoy!

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