The geometries of Clayoo are perfect for the creation of prototypes. Yes, right now is a really intuitive SubD modeler for Rhino. It is really the only thing I miss from animation packages such as Maya and 3ds Max.
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Would this assumption be correct, and if so, how does your product differ from T-Splines? Visit our Clayoo dedicated page on www.
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Sign Up or Sign In. Yes, right now is a really intuitive SubD modeler for Rhino. It is characterized by a tool easy to use. Now we have some sculpting functionality in Clayoo kernel, but probably it doesn't will included in 1.
Export to STL format. See for instance this project I did a while back: It is a full immersion course totally built on the needs of the customer, in which the most advanced techniques are presented, and solved specific problems related to the organic modelling of surface.
What is Clayoo?
The geometries of Clayoo are perfect for the creation of prototypes. It is really the only thing Ruino miss from animation packages such as Maya and 3ds Max. Posted by Anders Holden Deleuran on August 29, at 2: Clayoo, created by TDM Solutions, is an advanced application for the creation of organic design of any complexity. But this is just the begin.
There are many sculpt tools available, including: Home Community Members Groups. Please check your browser settings or contact your system administrator. The course can be followed comfortably by the office or home. Each day is made up of lessons and guided exercises. Brush, creata, flatten, inflate, pinch, smooth, twist, drag. By the way I am always looking for better polymodelling tools which integrate with Rhino, hence my question. Each day is made up rnino lessons in the morning and guided exercise in the afternoon.
Rhinl one last question. With Rhino Emboss You can also create embossing and texturizing in 3d.
Thanks Rafael, sounds promising! Thanks for your interest of Clayoo. It generates perfectly closed solids, with perfect continuity between the surfaces that compose them.
Is your system using Rhino's own mesh classes, via RhinoCommon or otherwise?