XirusCAD for Rhino 6: Released!

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#1

Subdivision, bridges, smooth surface patches, star point creation from 3, 4, 5, and 6 edges with G2 or higher continuity and much more. XirusCAD provides a new, intuitive CAD solution for organic and freeform modeling.

XirusCAD Alpha is freely available for Rhino 6 (and 5) for Windows and can be downloaded from https://mirrakoi.com/xiruscad-for-rhino/.

The following video shows step-by-step how to install XirusCAD Alpha on your machine: https://youtu.be/GU7NIS3pTEg.

The free XirusCAD Alpha license key can be used to install XirusCAD Alpha on up to 5 machines. The unique license key is sent to you by e-mail. From the Alpha version of XirusCAD, offline validation is also possible!

Recently added commands:

Xirus Bridge: https://youtu.be/mG2u2oZpuPA
Xirus Patch: https://youtu.be/Cu2df1f26AY
Xirus Curve From Surface Points: https://youtu.be/KoVq2EGuen8

You can our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/mirrakoi or Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/mirrakoi to stay up to date with latest applications and tutorials.

For any comments, suggestions, and requests, please use our forum https://discourse.mirrakoi.com/ or send us an email to support@mirrakoi.com.

We thank every user for testing our technology.

Kind regards,
Mirrakoi Team


#2

*Until 31 December 2018


#3

All our releases have expiration dates to ‘force’ users to run the latest version. This is important for us in the current development process.
We currently release minor updates on a weekly basis and major updates on a monthly basis. Users get notified about an update. In case they don’t update we ‘oblige’ them to do so at some point through the expiration date. If the alpha version expires, a user can simply re-download the latest one with an updated expiration date.

—daniel


#4

In other words: pretty much what Rhino WIP and RC users are accustomed to.


(Ryan) #5

@Daniel_Schmitter
Question for the Alpha. I have Rhino 6 at home and want to test out this there. But while I’m at work and have free time I would like to test it out also (Rhino 5). How should I go about that, activate both with my personal information? Or should I do a 2nd activation for my work computer with my work e-mail?


#6

Hi @ra_mull,

Get a licence key at: https://mirrakoi.com/license_alpha/ providing one of your e-mail addresses.
You can use the same activation code on both machines. The same license key works for Rhino 6 and Rhino 5 as well. One license key can be used on max 5 different machines.

Cheers,
Zsuzsanna


#7

Hi,

could it be possible to get a tutorial where something complex is build, maybe a modern office chair or a car seat? Often my clients need to design seats for air planes or trains and they are looking for a way to model the organic shape of the pillows.

Best -
Micha


#8

We will log the request and see what we can come up with :smiley:

–daniel


#9

Hi,

This looks like a very cool product. I’m assuming XirusCAD is a competitor to Clayoo?


#10

And one more question from me too - could it possible to get a “all commands” toolbar too? It could help beginners with large screens too have a quick overview during learning. (T-Spline has an all-command toolbar and it’s very useful.)