Monthly Archives: November 2011

There are a number of reasons why a designer or engineer would reverse engineer a part. (We’ll define reverse engineering as fitting usable CAD data to a scan of a physical object.) One reason is to get a completely accurate … Continue reading

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T-Splines 3.3 for Rhino (currently in beta) contains new tools for reverse engineering that have a broad application across many industries. In a free webinar on December 7, T-Splines user Kevin Pasko will show how T-Splines 3.3 for Rhino enhances … Continue reading

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Creating a smooth surface, suitable for manufacturing, from scanned data is not a trivial process. It can be tricky, time consuming, and expensive. T-Splines 3.3 for Rhino introduces new tools to make it much easier to get a high quality … Continue reading

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Matrix 7 is now released, and it includes a full version of T-Splines optimized for jewelers. Developed by Gemvision, Matrix runs on the Rhino kernel, so you’ll be able to open files you’ve made in T-Splines for Rhino, in Matrix … Continue reading

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When we organized our 2011 organic modeling contest, a big motivation we had was to expose T-Splines designers to top 3D printing companies, and to give them a chance to see their design go from concept to physical product. We’ve … Continue reading

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