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Team Spitphya (AKA Xenophya Design) have won the 2013 London Red Bull Soap Box Race. Dubbed the “world’s wackiest road race”, the Red Bull Soap Box Race is held in cities across the world. Last in the UK in 2003, … Continue reading

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Register now for this free webinar on Tuesday May 7, 10 AM Pacific. Are you a fan of “Car Talk” on National Public Radio? In this popular radio show, “Click and Clack” demystify the complex challenges of everyday people trying … Continue reading

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The folks at Simply Rhino have put together a free of charge, half day workshop to introduce T-Splines and give some hands-on time with the product. The workshop will feature guided tuition showing how, in just seven simple commands, you … Continue reading

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Ronnie Parsons and Gil Akos at Mode Collective are putting on a 2.5 hour webinar introducing precision sculpting with T-Splines for Rhino on Friday, March 8. They’ll include generous amounts of Q&A, which combined with the two-instructor approach, looks like … Continue reading

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About a year ago, Autodesk acquired the T-Splines technology, and immediately began harnessing it as a fundamental feature of their new Fusion 360 product. During this time, T-Splines for Rhino development slowed. A few months ago, Autodesk CEO Carl Bass … Continue reading

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A huge box containing the winning T-Splines Organic Modeling Contest models from 3D Systems arrived this week. For me, it never gets old seeing a 3D model go from the computer to a physical prototype. These were printed with DuraForm … Continue reading

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Juan Santocono proposes this week’s T-Splines modeling challenge: a Star Wars imperial guard helmet. Head over to the T-Splines forum to check out other submissions and to give it a try yourself. This is a great model to practice your … Continue reading

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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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Shape to Fabrication is perhaps the largest annual architecture event in the Rhino community. This year it will be held on Nov 18-19. Hosted by Paul Cowell at Simply Rhino in the UK, this event attracts top talent from both … Continue reading

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