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  13. Hi kisar3, There are several videos on youtube that show the surface creation techniques of Evolve. Evolve and Rhino are quite similar in terms of core capabilities on modeling and editing. Here are some noteworthy aspects of Evovle: Construction history for seamless editing and modifying Mesh modeling and editing Physically accurate rendering Interface with topology optimization suit, i.e solidThinking Inspire Available on both Mac and PC since inception If you are trying to create specific shapes, feel free to post your request here and I will do my best to help.
  14. Hi Jon, Can you please elaborate the issue you are facing? Please send a support request to
  15. Ross, Unfortunately we do not have a tool for sine wave generation inside Evolve. However, there is a work around, that although tedious, works. Create a sine wave of any shape using a simple formula in excel Export the co-ordinates to a text file (.txt) Add the total rows as the first line and save the text file again Import this text file into Evolve as a point cloud Create a curve from points using 'Curve from point cloud' tool. In the excel file attached I have used this example: Generate a 1Hz Sine Wave, with ω=2π and Amplitude 1. f = 1 Hz, ω = 2π, therefore, T=1 sec The sine wave or sinusoid in its most basic form is: y(t) = A *sin(ωt+θ) Where: • A = Amplitude • ω=Angular frequency/ Circular frequency=2πf (rad/s) • f=1/T, where T=Period in seconds • θ=phase • t=time (s) To edit the shape, please change the f value to the desired frequency. Hope this helps you in some way. We will definitely be adding some tools to create parabolas, hyperbolas, sine and cosines in the near future. sine.evo sine.txt sine_formula.xlsx