Scan-and-Solve for Rhino

Simulate Early, Simulate Often... In Rhino

ABOUT SCAN&SOLVE™ FOR RHINO

Scan&Solve™ for Rhino for Windows 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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...and join the growing list of users in Education and in Industry.

News, etc.

Scan&Solve 2014 Beta is coming April 16

Created by Scan&Solve Mar 11, 2014 at 12:30am. Last updated by Scan&Solve Mar 11.

New Materials for Scan&Solve

Created by Scan&Solve Mar 11, 2014 at 12:28am. Last updated by Scan&Solve Mar 11.

Energy, tension and compression visualization

Created by Scan&Solve Oct 29, 2013 at 1:27am. Last updated by Scan&Solve Oct 29, 2013.

Resolution Visualization in Scan&Solve 2013 WIP

Created by Scan&Solve Aug 29, 2013 at 12:35pm. Last updated by Scan&Solve Aug 29, 2013.

Face Editing in Scan&Solve 2013 WIP

Created by Scan&Solve Jul 11, 2013 at 3:34am. Last updated by Scan&Solve Jul 11, 2013.

 

Scan&Solve 2014 BETA

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Scan&Solve™ 2014 Beta for Rhino

This BETA is free to everyone until June 18, 2014.

This version of Scan&Solve™ expands the power and simplicity of structural simulation to any solid geometry (polysurfaces, extrusions, meshes) within 64-bit Rhino 5.  It adds faster solvers , supports higher resolutions, and allows automation through RhinoScript.    More details here.  

Special pricing for preorders until June 18, 2014

License type
New purchase 20% off
Upgrade from 1.x 40% off
Commercial
$995 $796
 $500 $300
Academic
$295 $236
$150 $90
Floating  $1995 $1596  $1000 $600
Academic Lab $995 $796  $500 $300

Purchase

To use Scan&Solve™ 2014 BETA you will need to have an installation of 64-bit Rhino 5 on your Windows computer and an internet connection to obtain the license.  

RHINO 4 AND 32-BIT RHINO 5

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Forum

Some directions for feature growth 1 Reply

Started by Stuart Friedberg in Wish List. Last reply by Vadim Shapiro Apr 9.

defining materials / properties 1 Reply

Started by yochanan Zweig in General. Last reply by Scan&Solve Mar 10.

Loads type 4 Replies

Started by paolo ronca in Wish List. Last reply by Klaus Stickdorn Jan 26.

Architectural Systems - Paper Component Analysis 1 Reply

Started by M Polites in Architecture Explorations. Last reply by Scan&Solve Dec 17, 2013.

Stalled 5 Replies

Started by Nick in General. Last reply by Michael Freytag Dec 17, 2013.

fracture 3 Replies

Started by mario vergara in Wish List. Last reply by Nick Dec 12, 2013.

Load as a plane 3 Replies

Started by Marco Romagnoli in General. Last reply by Michael Freytag Nov 18, 2013.

different materials 3 Replies

Started by Francisco Serrano in Solved by Scan&Solve. Last reply by Scan&Solve Nov 16, 2013.

Export SNS solution as 3D PDF with SimLab plug in 6 Replies

Started by Ian Boyd in Solved by Scan&Solve. Last reply by Ian Boyd Nov 10, 2013.

 
 
 

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