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food4Rhino (WIP) is the new plug-in community service by McNeel

Website: http://www.food4rhino.com/
Location: Barcelona
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Problems with _Project 1 Reply

Please, see the file attached.The curve is a closed polycurve with 4 curve segments.When I try to _Project the polycurve to the planar surface, only the lower curve is projected.Please, see the…Continue

Started by Niels Foldager. Last reply by Niels Foldager May 12.

Off-set opens polycurve ? 1 Reply

On the attached file:The inner curve is an offset of the outer curve.The outer curve is a closed polycurve. However, the offset (inner) curve is an open polycurve.How can that be?How to avoid (or…Continue

Started by Niels Foldager. Last reply by Niels Foldager Mar 20.

Rhino-model from STL-file? 2 Replies

Is it possible to convert a stl-model to a Rhino-model (NURBS)?The actual problem, that makes me ask right now, is that I received an stl-file for 3D-printning. I want, to insert some supports (that…Continue

Started by Niels Foldager. Last reply by Niels Foldager Feb 27.

Why won't this Boolean for me? 3 Replies

Hello, I have a letter C I want to Boolean onto this disc-charm, but for some reason it just won't Boolean.  Both parts are solid, and yet they won't split, they won't trim, nor any Booleaning.Can…Continue

Started by Nathan Maurer. Last reply by Nathan Maurer Feb 8.

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Comment by R S Ehlers on April 3, 2018 at 5:59pm

Hey Allen...If  you still have the .stl's and ,obj files.. you don't need a plugin ... Rhino will open and read both ..

Comment by R S Ehlers on April 3, 2018 at 5:51pm
Can't you just use the command    TextObject    and then select the font from there? Then you could use extrude and Boolean to cut into the surface? little more work but better results.
I don't have access to 6 right at the moment but they did not change all that much so this should be the same..
Comment by Nathan Maurer on March 23, 2018 at 2:27pm

Hello!  How can we import a new font into Rhino6?  I have a façade project that requires carved limestone letters, and the stone people need to see it.  

All I have is a JPEG and TIFF right now, and I made the façade in Rhino6, but when I went to Rhino5 to place the image using my RhinoGold Artistics, it couldn't read my Rhino6 file!  And I can't buy RhinoGold6 yet to let that work.  

So I figured simply importing a new font would be the best route.

Thanks for any help!

from Nathan of CarvedMetal, Corp.

Comment by John P on August 16, 2016 at 9:05am
I'm new to cnc and need help.
I have a pro 8 Axiom router and I'm buying Rhino.   Need a guitar design to input into my CNC to get me going.  I have several 2d designs and detailed plans for a good designer to Fix and get ready to put into my Axiom router with Rhino.
Need a firebird type glue in neck with a single in the bridge humbucker pickup with tune a matic bridge.
Tele type guitar with left handed neck with a single in the bridge humbucker pickup with tune a matic bridge.
I have a custom design logo to 3D etch into the headstock.
Need a good programmer to input my designs and work on several projects.   
I will pay!!
Comment by Adam Wasilczyk on June 8, 2015 at 5:06am

Hi guys, I have a simple question I guess: is there any easy way to add profile to 3d polyline truss in Rhinoceros? I mean does the Rhino has something like Bevel Profile modifier like 3DS Max has it? Thnx for help.

Comment by Allen Tam on May 3, 2015 at 11:34pm

I need advice. I have models that I built with Maya 8.5 and exported to 3ds for 3d printing. That was years ago and now I don't have 3ds anymore. I still have Maya 8.5 ma, obj and stl files. Is there a plug-in I can edit any of those files?

Comment by Enrico on October 30, 2014 at 9:14am

Buongiorno,

Come per applicare un raccordo Costante di 0,5 su Tutti i Bordi Di Una polisuperficie Abbastanza Complicata in maniera Rapida?

Ho Già Provato con _filletedge ma il risultato non è stato Quello sperato.

grazie

Comment by Ken Martin on July 17, 2014 at 10:14am

Google Earth 3D Surface 

I am trying to find a way to grab the GE 3D surfaces and import them into Rhino. I am specifically talking about the rough trees and buildings it renders in 3D (not the uploaded building models from Sketchup) I have tried several methods noted in U tube but none seem to work. Anyone able to do this?  If so, how?

Ken

Comment by Ioannis Zonitsas on June 13, 2014 at 10:00am

Hi Ken, instead of saving a template you could modify the Grid Options in the Panels. Let's try this out in the Wireframe Mode first to understand the case. Go to 'Panels' > 'Display' to reveal the Display Panels and tick-off the 'Grid' Option. If you restart Rhino now the grid should be off. If 'Grid' as an option is not there, go to 'Wireframe Settings' at the bottom of the Panel Page. This will link you directly to Rhino's Display Options. Move to 'View' > Display Modes' > 'Wireframe' > 'Grid' and in the 'Grid Usage' change it to 'Use Mode Specific Settings'. This will now reveal the 'Grid' tick box in your Panel. Try all the above for the rest of your display modes (Shaded, X-Ray, etc.) Hope this helps...

Comment by Daniel Abraham Chavarría García on June 13, 2014 at 8:48am

Hello, Ken, you can open any preset file and change its settings however you like and save that blank file as a preset, there's an option for that on File>save as preset file, then on the rhino general settings, set that file as a default blank file for every time you open Rhino. That file should appear on the quick start screen when opening rhino.

Hope this , helps for you.

 

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