ArcBlend - Creates a blend curve consisting of two arcs with adjustable endpoints and bulginess adjustment between two curves similar to BlendCrv.
ContinueCurve - Continues drawing as if you were still in the Curve command.
- Continues drawing an interpolated curve as if you were still in the original InterpCrv command.
- Creates a curve object that is the curvature graph.
- This variation of Intersect command allows selecting two sets of objects for finding intersections. The command finds only the intersection between the two groups, ignoring intersections between objects in the same group.
TweenCurves - Creates curves between two curves, averaging the parameters of the curves.
A new Length option allows defining an arc by center, start, and arc length.
New Start, Center,
StartPoint option added in more places.
UI tuneup for the Start,
End, Radius option.
Length: Added feedback to draw the center, startpoint, and the arc as you pick the length.
Now accepts negative numbers for the length which also sets the direction in the reverse of the current direction.
A new Orientation option sets the circle plane perpendicular to any picked direction.
A new Circumference option sets a center location and a value for the circumference.
A new Area option allows drawing a circle of a specified area.
The 3Point option has a new Radius option that draws a circle using two points
and a specified radius.
The FitPoints option accepts control points as well as point objects.
Polyline, and HandleCurve
- New PersistentClose option.
ExtractWireframe, and ExtractControlPolygon
- New OutputLayer option.
Ellipse - The AroundCurve option prompts for the curve first and then the center.
ExtractIsocurve - New
HandleCurve - New PersistentClose,
Close, and Sharp options.
New PersistentClose option.
The StartTangent and
EndTangent options have a new
Direction sub-option that allows
changing the tangent direction when
the curve starts from or ends on
Make2D - Speed
and accuracy improved. Also, now
supports Clipping Planes.
A new Cap option connects the offset curves to each other with straight lines or arcs.
A new InCPlane option
that allows offset parallel to the construction plane.
OffsetCrvOnSrf - A new Number option allows multiple output curves.
New behavior. Hold the Shift key to draw a square. This applies to any command that starts with a rectangle such as the Box command.
The 3Point option is now available after the first corner has been picked.
CreaseSplitting - By default, when a surface creation command, such as ExtudeCrv, Loft, and Sweep, uses input that has kinks, the result is a polysurface with edges at the kinks. If the option SplitAlongCreases=No, the result is a single surface.
TweenSurfaces - Creates surfaces between two surfaces, averaging the surface parameters.
Extrusion commands now create the new lightweight extrusion
objects when possible to save significant memory and
improve display speed.
New ToBoundary option.
A new SplitAtTangents option creates polysurfaces split at tangent arcs and tangent arcs to lines.
A new SetBasePoint option allows picking two points to specify the extrusion distance.
ExtrudeCrvTapered - New
SetBasePoint option allows picking two points to specify the extrusion distance.
A new SetBasePoint option sets the first point for the extrusion distance.
A new Tangent option allows the fin to be created tangent to the target surface.
Heightfield - Most of functionality of
MeshHeightField has been merged into the HeightField command.
A new SplitAtTangents option specifies whether resulting surfaces will be one surface or a polysurface if the input curves are joined tangent curves.
When some, but not all, endpoints of loft shapes touch, the loft type is restricted to Straight or Developable to avoid self-intersecting loops in the resulting surfaces.
Align curves now always shows direction arrows.
OffsetNormal - New direction arrows display and a
Flip option has been added.
PlaneThroughPt - Now accepts mesh vertices
and control points as input.
RailRevolve - A new SplitAtTangents option specifies whether resulting surfaces will be one surface or a polysurface if the input curves are joined tangent curves.
New SplitAtTangents option
specifies whether surfaces resulting from joined tangent
curves will be one surface or a polysurface.
renamed to PointCount .
You can now press Enter to
use the current construction plane
z-axis as the revolve axis.
A warning about self-intersecting
curves has been added.
Ribbon - A new InCPlane option offsets parallel to the construction plane.
A new Simple option has been added.
A new Refit rail option refits the rail curve.
VariableFilletSrf - New
FromCurve and FromTwoPoints options are available when editing handle radius.
New lightweight extrusion
solids save significant memory and improve display speed.
Extrusions are automatically
promoted to polysurfaces when
used as command input as needed.
CreateRegions - Select a polysurface whose surfaces bound solid regions in space. The input will be replaced with solid polysurfaces that form the regions. This command is typically used after the NonmanifoldMerge command.
- Creates a non-manifold polysurface from
intersecting surfaces and polysurfaces, for export to
analysis programs and can cause normal Rhino
operations on these objects to fail.
TruncatedPyramid - Draws a pyramid whose apex is truncated by a plane. Similar to
BoundingBox - A new Output option results in solids, meshes, curves, or none.
Cone - A new Solid option determines whether the object is created as a solid or open.
CreateSolid -A new DeleteInput option has been added.
Cylinder - A new Solid option determines whether the object is created as a solid or open.
ExtrudeSrf and ExtrudeSrfTapered - A new SetBasePoint option allows picking two points to specify the extrusion distance.
A new Solid option with
Corners=Round/Sharp option now creates a solid from the original and the offset surface.
A new Distance option has been added.
A new DeleteInput option keeps the original object.
A new FitRail option refits input curve.
Now accepts multiple curves
A new Thickness option sets the pipe wall thickness.
Negative numbers make the first radius the outer core.
History is now supported
The DirectionConstraint option has been improved.
A new Solid option.
The last-used number of
sides is saved.
A new BothSides option has been added.
A new InCPlane option offsets parallel to the construction plane.
Sphere - The FitPoints option now accepts control points as well as point objects as input.
TCone - A new Solid option determines whether the object is created as a solid or open.
Allows typing a negativeheight when picking the end of the tube.
A new Solid option determines whether the object is created as a solid or open.
A new WallThickness option has been added for selecting the tube thickness.