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Mesh2Surface Premium 6.0

Mesh2Surface Premium: The Rhino plug-in affordable, yet powerful 3D reverse engineering software to convert 3D scan meshes to CAD models

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Mesh2Surface Premium 6.0 is a plug-in for Rhinoceros 6.0 offering a number of simple but efficient features to optimize the process of converting scanned data to a perfect CAD model.

Highlights

Powerful
Equipped with tools for extracting features from scan data, Mesh2Surface can convert most of the scanned objects into professional CAD models. Extract geometric features with best fit algorithms, draw 3D sketches directly on the reference mesh and build surfaces. The parametric behaviour and real-time deviation analyzer gives flexibility available in high-end packages.
Simple
The intuitive and fast user interface, equipped with deviation control at every step, saves time and resources, thus helping the user to deliver results in the most effective way.
Affordable
Mesh2Surface is a reverse engineering solution that ensures users get the best results at a cost-effective price. It is only worth less than 10% of what you would normally pay for a high-end reverse engineering package.
Proven
Join hundreds of customers from automotive, aerospace, jewellery, shoes, lighting and many other industries and discover the benefits of using Mesh2Surface in an effective and intuitive way. Many of these companies have already found the benefits of using the software; being on the market with hundreds of customers, Mesh2Surface is an established solution for converting 3D scans into CAD models.

What's New in Mesh2Surface Premium 6.0

  • Free form Organic modelling
  • Symmetry based modelling
  • Snap to Mesh Technology
  • Real-time tolerancing for free form modelling
  • Manipulator (gumball) based modelling
  • Surface quality analysis
  • Automatic Surfacing

Features

Quad Surface
Organic free form reverse engineering.
Simple, efficient, fast.
3D Sketch
Draw curves directly on the mesh to create free form surfaces.
Toleranced 3D Sketch
Keep the quality in control in realtime while modelling.
CurveNetwork Surface
Build surfaces with real-time control.
Extract Shapes
Extracting planes, cylinders, spheres, revolved and extruded surfaces.
Toleranced Patch
Toleranced based free form surface.
Deviation Analyzer
Keep your reverse engineering under control.
Align object
Using fitted shapes to align object to world coordinate system.
Segmentation
Automatically split a mesh based on curvature.
Measure Fillet
Estimate radius of the fillet of a CAD edge from underlying mesh.
Constraint Shapes
Set the shapes to be vertical, horizontal or custom direction.
Symmetry Plane
The video shows how to use the symmetry plane.

Specs

Installation Requirements

In order to work properly, your copy of Mesh2Surface Premium 6.0 requires:

 

McNeel
Rhino 6 for Windows and Mac
Rhino 3D with Grasshopper: The most powerful NURBS 3D CAD Industrial Design and modeling tool with full support from McNeel. Rhino 6.0 license now comes with Grasshopper included.

 

Webinar

Latest Mesh2Surface Webinars from Novedge

 

Novedge Webinar #304: From Scan to CAD: 3D Reverse engineering with Mesh2Surface

Customer Reviews

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Huge Time Saver

This plugin is like finding a shortcut to work that shaves 2 hours off of a 15 minute commute. I've had it a couple of weeks and it is already an invaluable tool in my process.

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My favorite tool to go from mockup to NURBS

The perfect tool for Rhino users to simplify reverse engineering.
I love to create physical prototypes with my hands and be able to show them to my clients as physical objects (sorry v-Ray, no rendering can match that experience!). But then, if they like my work, they will ask for a real 3D CAD model. Here is where Mesh2Surface comes to help me. Mesh2Surface is the right tool to convert a 3D scan of my mockup into a regular NURBS model. It can even recognize shapes like cones, spheres, and cylinders.

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