Using T-Splines as the basis for organic, free-form product designs
Welcome to T-Splines! Sign up today for our free webinar on Oct 7 to learn how designers across a wide range of industries are benefiting from T-Splines.
Already using Rhino?
The T-Splines for Rhino plugin provides a fully integrated set of advanced box modeling and surface modeling features to Rhino. Create uncompromising aesthetic and manufacturable designs in less time.
Working with SolidWorks, Pro/Engineer or other CAD systems?
The combination of Rhino and T-Splines creates an industrial design solution to complement your CAD application, more powerful and 5-6 times less expensive than other surface modeling packages. T-Splines allows you to easily create free-form models, even with branches or complex intersections, as a single smooth surface. Exporting watertight T-spline models to any CAD system that reads in .3dm files is a push-button operation.
As a person with 25 years of 'pushing curves and NURBS,' I am truly impressed, as well as technically awed, by your T-Spline tools.
- Dan Falvey, Tools4Design
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Webinar title: Engineering with style: Using T-Splines as the basis of organic, free-form product designs
Date: Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
At this session, you will learn how to:
- Easily create smooth, complex T-spline surfaces that would be difficult to make in other solid or surface modelers
- Export T-spline surfaces to any solid modeling package that reads .3dm files. This is a push-button solution; we will demonstrate it with SolidWorks.
- Add final details, integrate with solid geometry, and perform analysis on the model
|Create design in T-Splines
||Add mechanical details in solid modeler