Rhinoceros 3D, or Rhino 3D, is the world’s most versatile 3D modeler. It can create, analyse, edit, animate, render, document and translate polygon meshes, point clouds, solids, surfaces and NURBS curves. Apart from the size of your hardware, there are no limits to the complexity you can produce with Rhino 3D.
Rhino 3D offers the precision needed to design, prototype, analyse, engineer and manufacture anything from an airplane to jewelery. Its uninhibited free-form 3D modelling tools are usually only found in products 20-50 times more expensive, meaning you can model any shape you want.
Rhinoceros has been designed to be compatible with a range of design, drafting and CAM software, as well as engineering, analysis and rendering programmes. It can also be used with animation and illustration software, presenting a range of new possibilities to your artwork. For Windows users, Rhino 3D functions as a development platform for many different modelling products, making it even more versatile. Rhino 3D has the ability to read and repair meshes, including IGES files, which can be extremely challenging.
Anyone can use Rhino 3D. No special hardware is needed and it’s fast even on a regular laptop. It’s affordable too, with an affordable price and no maintenance fees, coupled with the lack of specialist hardware and the short time needed to learn how to use it, Rhino 3D is the perfect design software. As you can focus on the design and visualization aspect of Rhino, quickly learning how to master it, it’s an insanely accessible product, unlike many other design software packages.
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