Marshall Burns wrote:
> Michael, any comment on the following comment from the ID Forum:
> JRued wrote:
> > >>Hi Rob, I have looked at both programs, and there are one major
> > difference: Rhino supports NURBS, and FormZ doesn't. NURBS (Non-Uniform
> > Rational B-Splines) is a kind of mathematic method to define 3d geometry.
> > It defines all surfaces with a set of freely moveable/scalable/rotatable/
> > younameit-able points, that e.g makes it easy for you to edit surfaces
> > after you have created them. Big advantage for Rhino.<<
I don't know if I ever responded to this. Form Z does support Nurbs in
the creation of lines and c meshes (surface parametric entitites).
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