Have you ever used this program?
I agree with Hans, I looked at their links, seems legitimately good. Rhino would be a better choice, comes cheaper with lots of community help in comparison to Solidthinking software.
I'm a Solidworks user, I really prefer it over the rest of the pack, including Rhino. A student version of Solidworks could get you into a more agile platform, for cheap, IMO. $90-$200
Better versions of Solidworks will allow more functionality. As with most software, you get what you pay for.
Hope this helps!
Inspiration comes from the individual or the group, not typically the software, that's a false concept.
Rhino is very adept at engineering, Solidworks even more so. Solidthinking is just another "me-too" software by comparison to these other larger productions.
just my thoughts...
After reviewing the links you provided (one led to a 404 error page), I’m thoroughly convinced this software is not worth any time or money for investment or conversation, sorry. Furthermore, it’s over simplistic approach to simulation will likely hurt somebody; serious simulation requires serious & professional software.
Solidworks Simulationxpress provides 10 times the data with the same level of user input, it generates excel and word documentation, and delivers in a highly professional appearance and in 3D for it’s clients and constituents. It’s documentation is a derivative of the 3D model; i.e. seamless workflow.
Going further yet, using Solidworks Premium is a no-holds-barred approach to simulation and leads the industry. You can’t even touch it with the “Solidthinking” software.
Tommy solidthinking is not a software like you think. please examine the following videos
I think rhino and solidthink are different from each other. solidthink is an engineering solfware that gives you an inspration about how your conctruction must be.