View Full Version : Mathsurf Plug-in

12 December 2008, 12:04 PM
Mathsurf is a scripted plug-in for 3ds Max to create and explore mathematical surfaces and geometries in form of the standard editable mesh. This plug-in works as an extra create tool in category of geometries along with the parameters which can be used in animation to morphing the surface. This package includes over 60 predefined surfaces and ready to use. MathSurf will expand the mathematical functions embedded in max-script and make you able to create differential geometries such as Minimal surfaces. It also provides more efficient and user friendly interface to make your codes and formulas using the common controls and rollouts in 3ds Max interface.
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12 December 2008, 12:49 AM
I think you would get a better response if you just put the script up here too download also I cant dowmload the script from your website , I get this error " An error occured while we try to send email for you. please verify your email address or try later."
I have tried 3 email acounts. in fact I dont see why I should need to give you my details ,I think this is a bit over the top for a simple script .

12 December 2008, 09:07 AM
same here, can't download...

12 December 2008, 11:48 AM
If I have to give out information for a free plugin I woudn't even try to down load.

12 December 2008, 10:08 AM
Hi guys

Sorry about the download link, I got 500 download requests in one day! That's why my mail account couldn’t reply the messages. I have uploaded the file to (

Feel free to download it. Regarding the information in my website, I just want keep you update if any fixes or revisions came up. If you like just mail me with subject of "Mathsurf" and be in touch.

12 December 2008, 08:32 PM
no worries my friend :) its just there's so many scams out there nowdays noone knows who or what to trust. I will download your script and let you know how I get on :)

12 December 2008, 09:00 PM

Thanks for this...been having loads of fun with it.

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