Scan&Solve for Rhino

Scan&Solve™ for Rhino completely automates basic structural simulation of Rhino solids. Unlike other analysis tools, no preprocessing (meshing, simplification, healing, translating, etc.) is needed.

In Rhino, simply:

  1. Select the material
  2. Apply the restraints
  3. Apply the loads
  4. Click [Go!]
  5. View,  ReportBake or 3D print the results

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Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2015

Simulate Early, Simulate Often

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...and join the growing list of users in Education and in Industry.

Discussion Forum

multiple materials in model? 2 Replies

Is it possible to accommodate a construction/part with more than one material?  I know currently one can only define a single material for a single solid, but what would it take to be able to define…Continue

Started by Mike Calvino. Last reply by Mike Calvino Dec 20, 2012.


Scan&Solve Pro (BETA) Debut Webinar

What:  a webinar debuting the beta release of Scan&Solve Pro.

When:   11:00 am CST on Tuesday, August 16


Scan&Solve Pro Beta is released!

The WIP version of Scan&Solve finally graduated to  Scan&Solve Pro Beta.  Download it now…

Scan&Solve WIP now with WOOD!

The work in progress sports the same ease of use as regular Scan&Solve but allows simulation with collections of solids treated as a glued assembly. The latest version of the Scan&Solve WIP (2015.8.13) adds support for wood and other orthotropic materials.

Click here to download the work in progress

The following brief introductory video shows operation of the…

Cloud-Based 3D Printed Part Stress Analysis Available

It looks like our little experiment with simulation on the cloud has been noticed:

This work is thanks to a grant from the (US) National Science Foundation. The service operates on STL models uploaded to the cloud and requires a WebGL-capable browser such as Chrome or…

Scan&Solve Fusion (WIP) is released

Free to all Scan&Solve users:
Simulation of Multi-Material Assemblies
with Scan&Solve Fusion…

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