If I post some screenshots of my work, I risk my job. So that is why I’m not doing it. But you may notice how large the class A patches are. All are Beziers not Nurbs,most of them have only 3x3 -7x7 control points only. In order to get a meaningful shape the surfaces are modified in a very small way sometimes under 0.01 mm (!). This works only if you have very few cps. Its actually not that complicated. Its more a time-consuming puzzle to solve. Imagine doing all your shapes with only a few cps involved. That is also why its only done at places where there is a need for it.
No need to risk your job
I see… hence networksrf and paches seems out of the question.
Also most are 4sided it seems. learning bit by bit.
Great contact page btw: http://xnurbs.com/contact/
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“Great contact page btw: http://xnurbs.com/contact/”
That is a fake contact page. The correct is http://xnurbs.com/contact-2/
My question is how you could get to that page? There is no link from our website you could navigate to that page.
You already typed the answer.
Why does one name a contact page “…/contact-2/”?
I hope your software is coded more carefully.
Do you know some software can automatically find email addresses of contacts? No one wants to get a ton of advertising emails. I think how we name a webpage has little to do with our software.
If you do make a Rhino plug-in we would be interested in trying it.
You mean like releasing an OS update where one need to only enter root (no password) to gain root access?
Me too, but a Mac version sounds like - slim to none, and Slim left town…
Any news about wether/when a Rhino plug-in will be developed?
Hi norbert_geelen and all,
Sorry for any delay of my response.
We currently plan that, after completing the next release of our XN Kernel, which powers XNurbs software, we would spend a couple of months to complete the plugin development for Rhino. This plugin will have the same capacity as our SolidWorks plugin, but should be 5x – 10x faster than SolidWorks plugin. So it would take a while.
Here is some good news: We just release XNurbs V1.02, which fix all known issues reported (All issues are minor issues.) We are making a Christmas Special of XNurbs software at the price of 95 USD. Even Rhino users can afford the price
Will it be a version for Rhino 6? I hope your plug-in is compatible with both Rhino 5 and the upcoming Rhino 6.
Also for the Rhino plugin?
If the Rhino plugin were available, we would also have the same special offer.
Ok, so no pre-orders. But then we look forward to a Summer Special.
It should work for both Rhino 5 and 6. (The development plan is not written in stone, so do not put too much hope on it.)
Waiting for first plugin rebate when it comes out! =)
I hope you make a plug-in that can be tested for some time, so that it is first tested and then, in case, bought with a license …
If you’re writing to get n^2 customers, then include targeting the R5 users. You will then have plenty of time targeting R6.
The Rhino plugin is quite simple (just like our SolidWorks plugin), so it should be able to support both Rhino 5 and 6.
We just setup our own sale page and will sell directly – when we lower our price, resellers think the margin is too low for them. In other words, we will sell the future Rhino plugin directly.