VP Product Development, nPower Software, Inc.
13064 Trail Dust Ave.
San Diego, CA 92129
nPower powers up Rhino with new Power plug-ins
nPower Software announces two new plug-ins for Rhino. Power Solids and Power Booleans bring exciting new power to Rhino, the popular NURBS modeling software for Windows. Power Solids extends Rhino to support additional Solids Modeling functionality. The powerful combination of Rhino with Power Solids provides a geometric modeling tool set equivalent or superior to those found in high end (and high priced) solids modeling products. Power Solids includes 3 new Rhino tools: Filleting Tool, Shelling Tool, and Boolean Tree Tool.
Filleting Tool includes the following features:
Shelling Tool includes the following features:
Boolean Tree Tool includes the following features:
Power Booleans includes the following features:
With the blended curve fillet, users have the option of generating an organic blend curve fillet. The picture below shows some examples of the different filleting options. The image to the left is a circular fillet. The ones to the right are blended curve fillets (one with a 1.5 radius, and the other with a 1.8 radius). You can see that the blended curve cross section has a very smooth transition.
Power Solids filleting opens up the power of variable radius fillets to Rhino customers. The image below shows an example of variable radius fillets.
Below is an example of a blended fillet at a corner with 3 different radii.
The image below shows an example of Power Solids shelling.
Here's what some of our early customers are saying about Power Solids & Power Booleans:
With Power Solids, the only limit is your creativity. Power Solids sells for $295 and Power Booleans sells for $195. A bundle of Power Solids and Power Booleans sells for $395. Power Solids and Power Booleans are available for purchase at the nPower Software on-line store (www.nPowerSoftware.com/store.html), and through various resellers throughout the world. A free 30 day evaluation copy can be downloaded from the nPower Software web site at www.nPowerSoftware.com .