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Hardmesh Tools V2.2.1 For Maya 2017 2018 Win [REPACK]



<h1>Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win: A Plug-in for Hard Surface Modelling</h1>


<p>If you are a professional modeller who works with hard surface modelling in Maya, you might have encountered some difficulties and limitations with the boolean or "trim like" operations. These operations can be slow, complex and tedious, and they can result in poor topology and geometry. That's why you need Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win, a plug-in that solves this issue and makes hard surface modelling easier, faster and more creative.</p>




Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win



<h2>Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win: What It Is and How It Works</h2>


<p>Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win is a plug-in based on the script Hard Surface Poly Tools, developed by Pux 3D. The plug-in simplifies complex polygonal modelling operations by allowing you to blend together any kind of mesh, without having to worry about the topology and by just concentrating on the creative process of modelling.</p>


<p>With Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win, you can create and edit your shapes in an interactive and creative way, using an intuitive interface and nodes that make modelling more fun and flexible. You can create complex models from simple shapes, or add details to any hard surface model, even tassellated nurbs from C.A.D.! You can also switch among different operations, such as union, subtraction, intersection or panel, to achieve different results.</p>


<p>Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win also offers a high level of control over the blending between the resulting surfaces, as well as a multithreaded mesh library to speed up computation. You can also use it with deformers and other modelling tools, gaining freedom to experiment more. The plug-in works with any kind of mesh, such as triangulated, quad or CAD imported, and it supports UV mapping and vertex colours.</p>


<h3>Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win: Features and Benefits</h3>


<p>Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win has many features and benefits that make it an ideal tool for hard surface modelling in Maya. Here are some of them:</p>


<ul>


<li>It creates shapes while keeping the continuity of the surfaces.</li>


<li>It creates very complex models from simple geometries.</li>


<li>It avoids the creation and editing of complex topologies.</li>


<li>It boosts creativity: you can see and render a lot more variants.</li>


<li>It allows you to experiment with new shapes and show them to the client.</li>


<li>It exports watertight mesh to .STL format.</li>


<li>It has a nodal workflow: you can keep your Hardmesh networks live.</li>


</ul>


<h4>Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win: How to Download and Install</h4>


<p>If you want to download and install Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win, you can follow these steps:</p>


<ol>


<li>Go to the official website of Hardmesh Tools at http://hard-mesh.com/ and click on the "Buy Now" button.</li>


<li>Select your preferred payment method and complete the purchase process.</li>


<li>You will receive an email with a download link and a license key.</li>


<li>Download the zip file and extract it to your preferred location.</li>


<li>Copy the folder "hardMesh" to your Maya scripts folder (usually C:\Users\username\Documents\maya\scripts).</li>


<li>Copy the file "hardMesh.mod" to your Maya modules folder (usually C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Maya20xx\modules).</li>


<li>Launch Maya and open the script editor (Window > General Editors > Script Editor).</li>


<li>Type "import hardMesh" in the Python tab and press Enter.</li>


<li>Type "hardMesh.activate()" in the Python tab and press Enter.</li>


<li>A window will pop up asking you to enter your license key. Paste the license key that you received in the email and click OK.</li>


<li>You have successfully installed Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win!</li>


</ol>


<h5>Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win: How to Use It</h5>


<p>If you want to use Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win, you can follow these steps:</p>


<ol>


<li>Create or import your base meshes that you want to blend together.</li>


<li>Select one or more meshes and click on the "Create Hard Mesh" button in the shelf or type "hardMesh.create()" in the Python tab of the script editor.</li>


<li>A new node will be created in the outliner called "hardMeshShape". This node contains all the information about your blended mesh.</li>


<li>In the attribute editor of the hardMeshShape node, you can adjust various parameters such as operation type, blend amount, offset distance, smoothing angle, etc.</li>


<li>You can also add more meshes to your blend by selecting them and clicking on the "Add Mesh" button in the shelf or typing "hardMesh.add()" in the Python tab of the script editor.</li>


<li>You can also remove meshes from your blend by selecting them and clicking on the "Remove Mesh" button in the shelf or typing "hardMesh.remove()" in the Python tab of the script editor.</li>


<li>You can also edit your base meshes by using any modelling tool or deformer in Maya. The hardMeshShape node will update automatically according to your changes.</li>


<li>You can also convert your hardMeshShape node into a regular polygonal mesh by selecting it and clicking on the "Convert To Mesh" button in the shelf or typing "hardMesh.convert()" in the Python tab of the script editor.</li>


</ol>


<p>You have successfully used Hardmesh Tools v2.2.1 for Maya 2017 2018 Win!</p>


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