Ghent, Belgium and Merrimack, NH, USA (PRWEB) June 26, 2013
Bricsys, a global provider of dwg engineering design software brought to market under the BricsCAD® brand, today released V3 of RhinoWorks, a plug-in for Rhinoceros®, bringing constraints-based parametric design to the popular freeform modeling tool from Robert McNeel & Associates.
V3 of the plug-in adds support for Rhino 5 for the Windows environment and comes with different installers for 32-bit and 64-bit versions. The plug-in now also provides automatic conversion of Rhino 5 ‘extrusion’ objects to polysurfaces upon constraints creation.
“Smoothly integrated in the Rhino environment, RhinoWorks allows designers to edit many kinds of solid, surface, and wireframe models parametrically – independent of the history of their creation, including geometry imported from other CAD systems,” said Dmitry Ushakov, CEO Bricsys Technologies Russia. “It gives them full control over design intent through the application of geometric and dimensional constraints, which significantly increases the productivity when designs change.”
Based on the most recent version of the Bricsys LGS 3D Geometric Solver and its integration module for boundary representation, RhinoWorks V3 comes with substantially increased performance, in particular for models containing cylindrical, toroidal and spherical fillets.
The English language version of RhinoWorks for the Windows environment is available for immediate delivery and can be downloaded from the Application Catalog on the Bricsys website Store. Pricing for RhinoWorks is €495/$595. Existing RhinoWorks users can upgrade for €150/$175. For more information please email your request to sales(at)bricsys(dot)com.
Bricsys® is a global provider of dwg engineering design software brought to market under the BricsCAD® brand. With relentless commitment to the success of the BricsCAD community, Bricsys is focused on providing an industrial strength CAD software platform and industry leading support at a compelling price to customers in the AEC, GIS, civil engineering, process and power, and mechanical CAD markets. Founded in 2002, Bricsys is a founding member of the Open Design Alliance. For additional information about Bricsys, visit http://www.bricsys.com.