Scan-and-Solve for Rhino

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SnSMesh: Scan&Solve for Meshes (WIP, Free)

There is nothing like SnSMesh: Scan&Solve for Meshes in Rhino

The WIP version is FREE to all Rhino users!   

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Yes, it's true! You can now perform structural simulation on native meshes in Rhino - from any source, of any size and any complexity. And as always with Scan&Solve, no simplification, no preprocessing, no conversion, and no finite element meshing are needed. This version has the same functionality as the latest edition of Scan&Solve™ but works directly on closed meshes created in Rhino or imported from other applications that can export .stl, .wrl, .ply, and other

Turbine blade with over 1.7M faces
Turbine Blade (1,765,388 faces)
from Large Geometric Models Archive, Georgia Institute of Technolog

mesh formats recognized by Rhino.    


Whether you are working with reverse engineering, 3D printing, digital mockup, scanned models or biomedical applications, in Rhino simply:
  1. Select a valid closed mesh
  2. Select the material (standard or custom)
  3. Apply the restraints
  4. Apply the loads (surfaces or body)
  5. Click Go
  6. View, Report, Bake or 3D print the amazing results

There is nothing quite like SnSMesh anywhere and at any price. But you, the Rhino user, can download the full and unlimited work in progress (WIP) version of SnSMesh absolutely free.  


All we ask in return is that you help us make it even better by sharing your experiences and making suggestions on how to improve it at   


Follow this link to download and enjoy!



Last updated by Scan&Solve Sep 21, 2012.


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