Rhinoceros is a powerful CAD application that allows professional and home users to design shapes such as boat models. The program can create, edit, analyze, document, render, animate, and translate NURBS curves, surfaces, and solids with no limits on complexity, degree, or size.
Rhino also supports polygon meshes and point clouds in order to create professional projects.
Here are some key features of Rhinoceros:
Uninhibited free-form 3-D modeling:
– Tools like those found in products costing 20 to 50 times more. Accurately model any shape you can imagine.
– Design, prototype, engineer, analyze, document, and manufacture anything of any size no matter how small or how large.
– Revise freely without concern about how you got there or where you want to go next.
2-D drafting, annotation, and illustration:
– In addition, flatten 3-D surfaces into 2-D patterns and drive laser, plasma, and water jet cutters.
Large project organization:
– Work with both large models and large teams.
– Exchange files with your other design, drafting, CAM, engineering, analysis, rendering, animation, and illustration software.
File read and repair:
– Fix extremely challenging IGES and mesh files.
– Support for a wide range of 3-D digitizing arms, 3-D scanners, and 3-D printers.
– Easy-to-use tools allow both you and the software developers to make Rhino fit your special needs.
Short learning curve:
– Focus on design and visualization without being distracted by the software.
– Rhino is fast. No special hardware is required.
– Ordinary hardware. Short learning curve Priced like other Windows software. No maintenance fees. Worldwide support is included.
1. Install the software.
2) Copy and replace the contents of the [email protected] file folder at the software installation location and replace the previous file (s).
3. Run the software.
* Software installation location: The installation location folder is usually located in the Windows drive and within the Program Files folder. You can also find the installation location in this way:
– In Windows XP: After installation, right-click on the shortcut in the Start menu and click Properties, and then click Find Target.
– In Windows 7: After installation, right-click on the shortcut in the Start menu and click on the Open file location option.
– In Windows 8: After installation, right-click on the Shortcut on the Start Screen and click on the Open file location option, in the window that opens, right-click on the shortcut of the software and click Open file location click.
– On Windows 10: After installation, right-click Shortcut on the Start menu and click on the Open file location option, in the window that opens, right-click on the Shortcut software and click on the Open file location button. do.