Rhino 6 Overview:
Rhino 6 is a powerful 3D modeling software that can create, edit, analyze, document, render, animate, and translate NURBS curves, surfaces, solids, subdivision geometry (SubD), point clouds, and polygon meshes. It is designed for accuracy, compatibility, and flexibility in various design and engineering fields.
Rhino 6 Features:
– Grasshopper integration: Grasshopper is a visual programming language that allows users to create complex parametric models and generative designs. Grasshopper is now a full-fledged part of Rhino 6, with improved performance and stability. Users can also access Rhino commands from Grasshopper and use hundreds of third-party plugins for various applications.
– Improved presentation tools: Enhanced rendering, materials, and viewport features that make it easier and faster to present and communicate design ideas. Users can create realistic images with a built-in cycle rendering engine, apply custom or physically-based materials, and capture the viewport with high-resolution snapshots.
– Advanced display pipeline: New display pipeline that is faster, more stable, and uses modern graphics hardware features. This results in fewer display glitches and more consistent and beautiful frames, even with large models. The display pipeline also supports enhanced shading modes, such as Arctic, Pen, and Raytraced.
– Refined documentation workflow: An improved annotation-style interface, better DWG support, and RichText functionality throughout. Users can create 2D drawings with dimensions and text from 3D models, export them to various formats, and edit them with ease.
– Flexible licensing and administration: A new option to license Rhino using the Cloud Zoo, which allows users to access their licenses from any device anywhere. Users can also choose between single-computer or network licenses, depending on their needs.
– Revamped Make2D command: Make2D is a command that converts 3D objects into 2D curves. In Rhino 6, Make2D completely rewrites it to provide faster, better, cleaner, and more customizable results. Users can also control the visibility of hidden lines, the tolerance of curves, and the layout of the output.
– New SubD tools: SubD is a new geometry type that combines the advantages of NURBS and polygon meshes. SubD objects are smooth and organic, but also precise and editable. Users can create SubD objects from scratch or convert existing meshes or NURBS into SubD. Users can also use SubD-friendly commands, such as Bridge, Fill Hole, Insert Edge Loop, and Slide Edge.
Minimum system requirements for Rhino 6:
– A 64-bit Intel or AMD processor (not ARM) with no more than 63 CPU cores
– 8 GB memory (RAM) or more is recommended
– 600 MB disk space
– OpenGL 4.1 capable video card with 4 GB Video RAM recommended
– A multiple-button mouse with a scroll wheel is recommended
– Windows 10 or 8.1 operating system
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