Rhinoceros 3D (Rhino 3D) for Linux

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Rhinoceros 3D (Rhino 3D) is software that is based on the so-called NURBS geometry (Non-Uniform Rational Basis Splines) and, thanks to its particular strengths, is particularly popular in architecture, rapid prototyping, 3D printing or multimedia design.

In addition, with the release of Rhino 7, some useful functions and extensions have been added, with which the user is given the opportunity, for example, to create organic shapes more easily and more precisely.

Furthermore, another important step was taken to close the gap between Rhino’s free-form modeling and BIM with Rhino.Inside, a novel technique for embedding Rhino into other 64-bit Windows applications.

By opening Grasshopper’s “ecosystem” to the Revit environment, this innovation offers completely new design workflows and possibilities for the upcoming projects of the future.

This shows that this program scores in many different industries for good reason and the diverse functions, as well as the relatively low costs.

Picture 1 – Thickness Analysis (Rhino 7) by

In addition, many tutorials are offered on the site, allowing users to easily and quickly familiarize themselves with the tools and understand how they work.

But you can also find some useful instructions on YouTube and other channels if you have not understood one or the other correctly.

For this reason, I have also created a project for Rhino 3D on my GitHub channel, so that the program can also be used on various Linux distributions in the future.

So, if you want to know more about the Rhinoceros 3D for Linux project or have any other questions, just post them in the comments below so other readers can benefit too!

Thank you for reading and have a nice day!

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