Scan-and-Solve for Rhino

Simulate Early, Simulate Often... In Rhino

Version 1.0 of Scan&Solve is released


Following the successful six-month beta period,  Version 1.0 of Scan&Solve is now finally available. It contains numerous improvements, including

  • Doubled maximum resolution to 200K elements
  • Additional visualization features (x-ray, ghosted)
  • Further tuning of user interface
  • Compact installation footprint
  • Improved stability and bug fixes

All users are welcome to download the 17-day free trial version of V1.0.  Future WIP versions of Scan&Solve will be available to registered users of V1.0 software. The last beta version of Scan&Solve will remain functional until March 15th, 2011.

DOCUMENTATION & EXAMPLES

Scan&Solve product page is now available, where you can also find updated documentationglossary information, and a new but growing gallery of downloadable Scan&Solve example models. If you are willing and able to share some of your models, please send us your model at info@intact-solutions.com with any comments and credits you would like to see listed next to your model.

The Scan&Solve for Rhino network now boasts 750 members! We thank all Scan&Solve beta testers for participating and helping to turn Scan&Solve into a successful product, and we are particularly grateful to many of you who participated in the pre-release sale program which officially ended on February 28, 2011. If you purchased an activation key, you will receive a separate email with instruction on how to activate them.

FEEDBACK and REVIEWS:

  • Access to an online feedback survey form is built into Scan&Solve and can be accessed directly from here. Please take a moment to respond. Your opinions matter!
  • Please take a minute to review Scan&Solve on www.rhino3d.com and help us spread the word. Here is the direct link.
  • Please contribute to the forums! Your pictures, examples, videos, and discussions are very valuable -- to us because they help us to improve Scan&Solve -- and to you because we all learn from each others' experience, and because wider use of the software will translate into lower cost of the product. The future of Scan&Solve really does depend on you!

Last updated by Scan&Solve Mar 1, 2011.

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