Scan-and-Solve for Rhino

Simulate Early, Simulate Often... In Rhino

January 29, 2011

PRE-RELEASE SALE IS ON!

The big news is that Version 1.0 of Scan&Solve is tentatively scheduled to be released on March 1, 2011. Users registered at www.scanandsolve.com may now purchase the activation key to Version 1.0 at substantial discounts. This is a limited and one time only offer.

40% off for activation keys purchased January 20 - February 1, 2011
25% off for activation keys purchased February 2 - February 15, 2011
10% off for activation keys purchased February 16 - February 28, 2011

The software itself continues to be free until Version 1.0 is released. By purchasing the activation key before the release, you are supporting further development of Scan&Solve and getting a substantial discount off the retail price. Your activation key will become valid for the corresponding Version 1.0 license of Scan&Solve once it becomes available.

SYSTEM UPDATES:

We've been working hard to incorporate many of the requested features into Scan&Solve, most recently adding linear and rotational body forces and torques. Read more about this latest release here.

New load types in this build include:


  • Torque around any axis
  • Centrifugal force
  • Angular acceleration
  • Arbitrary linear acceleration

Download the latest build here. Many other features will appear in the later WIP and updated versions of Scan&Solve that will be available to registered users of V1.0.

FORUMS & POSTS:

  • See the video highlighting the application of torque loads at thislink.
  • Another video demonstrating basic application of rotational body loads here.
  • Many thanks to all of you who have contributed by sharing their experiences, wishes, and examples of using Scan&Solve. Special thanks to:
    • Rick Loheed for numerous examples of Scan&Solve solutions
    • Simon Klopp for demonstrating torque analysis on a Turgo turbine (link)

FEEDBACK and REVIEWS:

  • Access to an online feedback survey form is now 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!

The Scan&Solve Team at Intact-Solutions

Last updated by Vadim Shapiro Feb 19, 2011.

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