form-Z RenderZone

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What is form-Z RenderZone?

The Form-Z RenderZone’s purpose is to solidify 3D and a surface modeler. Form-Z, the 3D form synthesizer, is above all, a 3D modeling program, even though it includes drafting, rendering, modeling, and animation. Additional photorealistic rendering is also offered by the Form-Z RenderZone Plus. It is a general purpose modeler that designs from a variety of different fields, which can be used to create and visualize 3D forms. It also combines solids and surface modeling, as well as faceted representations with parametric spline representations, NURBS, patches, and metaballs.

This mixture of modeling personalities allows the user to create any form, existing or imaginary, while working in a single package. The Form-Z RenderZone is a design-oriented program that not only allows the user to visualize existing forms, but also to create new ones, which can remain soft and tentative while they are generated. Form-Z is above all, a 3D form synthesizer. System requirements include Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Mac OS X, a minimum of 2GB, and a stable Internet connection.

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File types supported by form-Z RenderZone

Our users primarily use form-Z RenderZone to open these file types:

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Last updated: : February 1, 2014