Rhino, also known as Rhino, has become one of the standard 3D modeling tools for designers and architects. You can start with a sketch, a drawing, a physical model, a data scan, or just an idea. Rhino provides tools for accurately modeling and documenting your finished designs for rendering, animation, configuration, design, analysis, and production or construction.
Rhinoceros 3D 7 can create, edit, analyze, document, reproduce, animate, and translate NURBS curves, surfaces, and solids, without limiting complexity, class, or size. The rhino also supports polygonal masks and point clouds. Its accuracy and flexibility allow students to explore and build their ideas without spending a lot of time learning CAD.
Any geometry created by Rhino can also be exported to laser cutters, milling machines or 3D printers, and this is why Rhino differs from conventional polygon-based 3D modeling tools, where you can create great images without sacrificing accuracy.
Free seamless 3D modeling tools, such as those found only on products that cost 20-50 times more. Model all the possibilities you can think of.
Precision is needed to design, prototype, design, analyze, and fabricate everything from airplanes to jewelry.
Compatibility with all other design, engineering, CAM, engineering, analysis, rendering, animation and illustration programs.
Read and repair extremely complex masks and IGES files.
Accessible. So easy to learn and use that you can focus on design and visualization without the software interfering with you.
Fast, even on a regular laptop. No special hardware is required.
A platform for developing hundreds of special 3D products.
Affordable. Normal hardware. Short learning curve. Favorable purchase price. There are no maintenance costs.
Rhino 3D system requirements
Compatible operating system: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: up to 63 CPU cores
RAM: 8 GB RAM (16 GB recommended)
Free hard disk space: 600 MB or more
An OpenGL recommended video card is recommended
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