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Autodesk® T-Splines Plug-in for Rhino® available at Autodesk Store Print E-mail
Autodesk is pleased to announce Autodesk® T-Splines Plug-in for Rhino® licenses can now be purchased from the Autodesk Store. We want to thank you for your patience during this transition.
Autodesk Acquires T-Splines Modeling Technology Assets Print E-mail
Transaction to Strengthen Free-form Surface Modeling Capabilities December 22, 2011 08:30 AM Eastern Time SAN RAFAEL, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSK) has acquired certain technology-related assets from T-Splines Inc., a privately-held surface modeling software company, based in Utah. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. “T-Splines technology will benefit designers and engineers that require watertight surfaces for downstream analysis and manufacturing.” “The technology acquisition will strengthen our Digital Prototyping portfolio with more flexible free-form modeling and will help achieve even closer integration between industrial design and engineering workflows,” said Buzz Kross, senior vice president, Manufacturing Industry at Autodesk. “T-Splines technology will benefit designers and engineers that require watertight surfaces for downstream analysis and manufacturing.” Read press release.
upFront.eZine review for T-Splines 3 for Rhino Print E-mail

May 3, 2011

upFront.eZine reviews T-Splines 3 for Rhino.

There is a lot of interest in the merging of NURBS (used more by CAD software) and sub-division surfaces (used more by animation software). I interviewed IntegrityWare some weeks ago; Autodesk added sub-d surfaces to AutoCAD; and Pro/E is coming out with a Creo'ized version -- among others. Bringing sub-d surfaces to CAD makes for more flexible modeling.

T-Splines, however, is unique, as ceo Matt Sederberg told me last week, in its approach to sub-d modeling in that it has the ability to handle T-shaped intersections between faces (patented) with curvature continuity. In addition, T-Splines has the advantage of starting with curves (others tend to start from primitives, like boxes), and can match to an exact curve or surface or mesh -- hence the name, T and Splines.

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T-Splines Version 3 for Rhino Released Print E-mail

Major new release brings greater speed, flexibility and fun to organic modeling in Rhino

Provo, UT, April 13, 2011 — T-Splines, Inc., creators of high-quality organic 3D surface modeling tools, with full industry compatibility, today announced the immediate availability of T-Splines 3 for Rhino.

This latest major release builds on the growth and success of T-Splines across a broad range of industries, including consumer products, jewelry design, automotive design and architecture, and introduces new modeling capabilities, and major speed and flexibility enhancements to the leading organic design product available today.

SIAM analysis article spotlights T-Splines Print E-mail

Austin, TX – April 6, 2011

"The focus at the Austin conference was on the unfinished parts of the isogeometric agenda: specifically, on the problems of T-junctions and refinability, and of representing three-dimensional volumes."

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