xNURBS announces the release of xn kernel and its Rhino/SolidWorks V2.0 applications.
xNURBS’s NURBS technique has unlimited capacities for solving NURBS and generating high-quality surfaces based on energy-minimization method. By playing xNURBS demo videos, e.g., the bottom surface of Jet Ski Hull, and the side surfaces of a mouse, users can judge for themselves.
Blending dozens of edges with one watertight G2 NURBS surface.
- Unlimited capacities for solving NURBS: Its optimization algorithm can solve nearly any NURBS surface in a matter of milliseconds (regardless of how complex the constraints are).
- High-quality surfaces: Its optimization algorithm uses energy-minimization method to generate smooth NURBS surfaces that satisfy all the constraints.
- Easy-to-use: it uses one simple UI for all kinds of NURBS modeling.
- Native CAD surfaces: xNURBS generates native CAD surfaces, i.e., trimmed/untrimmed NURBS surfaces, which can be directly used for any CAD modeling operations.
Watertight Jet Ski Hull: All surfaces are generated by XNurbs with G2 continuity. Image Courtesy of Vladimir Aleksic.
Patching Y Pipeline: Blending the surrounding geometries with one watertight G2 surface.
Car fender: For a demonstration purpose, one edge is set to G1 and all others are set to G0.
For more information, visit www.xnurbs.com