Have You Tried Refit Trim in Rhino 7?

December 08, 2021 1 min read

Have You Tried Refit Trim in Rhino 7?

The RefitTrim command, new in Rhino 7, allows users, with high end surface modeling needs, to convert a trimmed surface into an untrimmed surface when possible. 

This is an excellent starting point to create higher quality transitions between neighboring surfaces.
The new 4 edge NURBS patch is simplified and can then be used with any command for downstream surface creation. Check it out!

Key Rhino 7 enhancements for Windows and Mac

Of course there is more. These are some of our favorites enhancements in Rhino 7:

  • SubD Presentation 
  • Display Documentation and drafting 
  •  Grasshopper Developer tools 
  • Refinements 
  • Rhino.Inside.Revit - 
  • And more...

Feel free to call our experts at 866 362 8970 to find out more about Rhino 7  or to request a quote.

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