Jevero uses an online licensing model that requires annual renewal. This allows us to update the application at a steady rate and keep one version of the software. There are no multiple Jevero versions, each user gets always the latest version. You can find detailed information and the End-User License Agreement (EULA) in the installation folder of the plugin. The advantages are: Constant support and update from the developers Each user is always using the latest version There is just one version of the software, therefore no compatibility issues
To properly run jevero you will need: A modern machine that can run Rhino McNeel Rhinoceros 3D version 5 or 6 A valid license for the Jevero plugin An internet connection to validate the license and download updates Failing to renew the license will terminate the functionality of Jevero. A grace period exists, but the software will stop working a few days after the expiring date.
Automatic assessment of shoe parts allow the pattern engineer to keep costing in the back of their head and optimize models as they go.
Right out of the gate, you can use Jevero for custom classification and duty calculation. We offer infrastructure to do so easily and quickly.
Share the shoe models using Rhino, PDF, Excel and more reporting tools. Make your work count within your company
A key feature of jevero is the tight integration with Rhino. This allows to have one master file for sole, upper and last.
In Jevero, grading is extremely flexible. We designed a system that is fast, powerful, and easy to use. You can quickly generate all the needed developments from the sample size.
Create boundaries, margins, notches and stabs in a familiar way. If you ever used another shoe CAD you will find yourself at home with Jevero.
All rhino formats are supported by the plugin. You can load design references in PDF, AI and 3D objects into any available format.