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Started by Morten Emil Engel. Last reply by luan maia Dec 2, 2012.
Wenatchee 5 Build 2013-05-20
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BTW my video & hardware informations
OpenGL Settings and Hardware Information
Implementation Settings Use texture compression: Yes
Appearance Settings Antialiasing: Nichts Mip map filtering: Linear Anisotropic filtering: Hoch
Video hardware and driver information Rhinoceros version: 5.0 Wenatchee 2013-01-30 (443) OS X version: Version 10.7.5 (Build 11G63) Hardware model: MacBookPro8,1 Processor: Intel Core i5-2435M CPU @ 2.40GHz Memory: 4 GB Architecture: Intel 64 bit GPU vendor: Intel Inc. Renderer: Intel HD Graphics 3000 OpenGL Engine OpenGL version: 2.1 APPLE-7.32.12 Render version: 2.1 Shading language: 1.20 Maximum texture size: 8192 x 8192 Z-buffer depth: 24 bits Maximum viewport size: 8192 x 8192 Screen size: 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 800
-I need help-
I'm working with an Mac Book Pro 13 inch (i5, 4 GB RAM,
Intel HD Graphics 3000) and i've got a problem with the artistic view...
If i choose the art. view, it looks like their are hundred light sources, very bright and just a little shadow. I think my graphicsystem could be a reason for my problem but it would be very nice if someone could help me. thanks a lot
Will the final release version of v5 for Mac include the ability to import eDrawing (.easm) files? I'd like to be able to import them, apply "Make2D" and then export as line art for Illustrator.
any news about maxwell for rhino osx?
Oh ... and I forgot:
I learned iRhino pretty fast with the
"Rhino 5 Training Bundle Tutorial DVD - Video Training" from Infinite Skills
I like them, because I am very autodidactic
My combination works well with no errors at all:
Mac Pro (2008), Dual Xeon, 3.0GHz (8 cores) with 16 GB Ram.
I run several months the Rhino 5 OSX Beta directly on my Mac for testing and getting the Rhino feeling (I tested several other 3D CAD tools for my needs)
When I knew Rhino 5 is what i needed for my construction work, I vent for the full thing and became a happy customer of McNeel's Rhino 5 PC version.
I run on the mentioned Mac additionaly Parallels 8 hosting a virtual machine with Win7 (4 cores, 4 GB Ram).
There my (now beloved) Rhino 5 is running with no problems.
I never tried the bootcamp thing, i hate to reboot and things are way fast enought with paralells!
Lately i bougth a MacPro (Retina 15', i7, 2.7 GHz, ssd, 16 GB) and run also Paralells 8 with Win7 (2 cores, 4GB Ram), again no technical problems and very fast. I love it. (Only my eyes limit me working on big projects the laptop :-). Too much in and out zooming.
Hope all this data gives you a technical idea what prooved to be working for me.
Do both. I like the Win version interface better and it runs t-Splines, but when I'm just plugging along on my Mac and need to create a part, the Mac version is quite handy. I think it will be a while yet before it equals the Win version, though.
RE: Books/vids, I took an intro class at McNeel which was useful to get going, they have a tutorial book series that walks you thru quite a lot. There are other resources available thru their website and lots of youtube vid's on-line, you just have to poke around. The support at McNeel is AMAZING, you can call or e-mail and get help almost instantly.
Since the Rhino Beta for Mac OS X is free why don't you start with that?
I've been using it very happily for a couple of years now for luthiery.
Crap, I'm so confused! So my options are:
1. Buy Rhino/Windows and use BootCamp or Parallels (not supported by McNeel) to run it on my new Mac when I get it.
2.Get the beta version of Rhino/Mac.
What's the best book/video, etc. for learning Rhino?
Any input is greatly appreciated! Thanks, Mike
Thanks for the reply! It's encouraging to know that parallels works as well as BootCamp. I am a sculptor, and I fabricate using 16 ga. sheet metal. I work from foam or clay models, but I would like to be able to model in a 3D environment. I don't know what grasshopper scripts are, but I guess I'll find out. What sources did you use to learn Rhino?
Thanks for the input! Mike
Attached see pic of one of my sculptures in progress (I'll try again):Top%20Half%20Fab%20webtiny.jpg
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