anyone could help me with a spoon?

 From:  Michael Gibson
718.5 In reply to 718.4 
Hi Jack - well, it kind of covers both of those areas.

The overall intent is very much to make things quick and easy for artists and industrial designers like you mention.

But precision functionality is also needed for drawing mechanical or semi-mechanical things quickly. For example really good snapping capabilities help with drawing many types of mechanical shapes quickly.

So there is plenty of precision and accuracy stuff built in as well.

But the overall focus is on drawing things quickly in a kind of more freeform unrestricted way. This is a much different focus than some other NURBS-based software like SolidWorks or Pro/E, those kinds of "parametric solids modelers". Those types are less focused on freeform drawing and more focused on manufacturing with families of parts, etc... MoI is not meant to be a replacement for this type of a thing.

NURBS models that you build in MoI are fully precise models though, you can share them with other manufacturing software downstream.

I'm not sure if this answers your question or not... Let me know if you need more details.

- Michael