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RhinoWorks
Parametric Design for Rhino


RhinoWorks is a plug-in that brings constraint-based parametric design in Rhino. A constraint specifies geometric and dimensional properties
of one or more shapes.

Applying constraints forces geometric bodies to change their shapes or/and position in 3D space.

With RhinoWorks you obtain full parametric control of any model, including ones imported from other CAD systems. RhinoWorks significantly increases productivity of your usual design workflow.

RhinoWorks Toolbar

RhinoWorks is smoothly integrated with Rhino: RhinoWorks just adds another toolbar to the familiar Rhino environment and does not limit your access to all Rhino features and commands.









 


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What is the Added Value of RhinoWorks?

With RhinoWorks users can quickly change their 3D models by specifying desired dimensional and geometric constraints on the basic elements: faces, edges and vertices. In particular, users can:

Change any dimension in their solids, be it
distance between faces, edges and vertices,
angle between two faces or edges, radii of
cylinders, spheres, tori, holes, fillets.

Set a geometric relationship that should
always hold in a model: parallel or
perpendicular faces and edges,
tangent faces, concentric holes, etc.

Assemble any mechanism from existing parts.

Test different positions by editing values
of driving dimensions

Simulate the motion of parts (or changing
their geometric shapes) by animating the
changes of driving dimension values.

RhinoWorks is smootly integrated with Rhino,
so users still work in the familiar environment.