RockWorks Toolbox

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The RockWorks Toolbox is a collection of hundreds of programs to assist with geological data analyses and visualization. The Toolbox is a limited version of RockWorks that does not include fault modeling, borehole-related tools, or the Playlist.



The RockWorks Toolbox includes over 300 programs designed to aid in geological data analysis and visualization. It offers a comprehensive suite of tools including grid (surface) modeling, solid (voxel) modeling, rose diagrams, stereonets, ternary diagrams, sieve analysis, Piper diagrams, and much more. However, it’s important to note that the Toolbox is a subset of the RockWorks Advanced package, lacking certain features such as fault modeling, borehole-related functionalities, and the Playlist. Nonetheless, users can still access essential toolsets like ModOps, Utilities, and Graphics, enabling them to efficiently manipulate and represent geological data for various applications.

Display RockWorks graphic output in its built-in 2D and 3D viewing/editing windows, or export to CAD, Google Earth, and other GIS programs. Use the ReportWorks module to create page layouts for reports and posters.

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RockWorks Toolbox Features

The RockWorks Toolbox includes over 300 programs designed to aid in geological data analysis and visualization. It offers a comprehensive suite of tools including grid (surface) modeling

RockWorks Maps

Use RockWorks to represent your data with dozens of different map types: Points, contours, range-township-section boundaries, images, geology, and many specialty maps.

RockWorks Solid Models

Use RockWorks to interpolate continuous 3D "solid models" or "block models" of simple XYZG points or sub-surface borehole data, for display in 3D or sliced as cross sections.

RockWorks EarthApps & Google Earth Exports

Create Google Earth output from source data - point maps, flyovers, contours. Export to Google Earth from RockPlot2D and 3D - maps, models, cross sections.

RockWorks Hydrochemistry, Hydrology Diagrams

Create Piper, Stiff, Durov and other hydrochemistry diagrams, calculate water level drawdown and generate hydrographs.

RockWorks Structural Geology Tools

Use RockWorks to generate rose diagrams and stereonets - individual and in map displays - as well as strike and dip maps, lineation maps, and more.

RockWorks Import/Export Features

RockWorks offers many import and export options for data, graphics, grid models and solid models to provide connectivity to other software programs.

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What operating systems does RockWorks Toolbox support?

The RockWorks Toolbox should install, license, and run properly in Windows 8, Windows 10, and Windows 11. It is available as a 64-bit version. The 64-bit version supports larger models and faster processing, and requires a 64-bit version of Windows.

What are the system requirements for the RockWorks Toolbox?

Minimum requirements for RockWorks Toolbox:

  • Windows 8, Windows 10, or Windows 11
    (Windows XP, NT, 2000, 98 and ME are not supported)
  • 64-bit Operating System
  • 4+ of RAM
  • Plenty of free disk space
  • Read/write privileges to a %Userprofile%My Documents directory
  • Display set to 1920 x 1080 pixels (100%). This is for optimal program display, though other resolutions and percents are also supported.
  • The Earth programs and Google Earth exports require installation of Google™ Earth, available from Google.

You’ll have better results with more RAM, a faster processor, and enhanced video (graphics card with dedicated RAM) for modeling and 3D display.

What is the difference between the Toolbox and the other feature levels of RockWorks.

The Toolbox is a limited version of RockWorks that does not include fault modeling, borehole-related tools, or the Playlist.

How do I install and activate my RockWorks license?

When you purchase a license for the Toolbox, you will receive an email from our fulfillment desk with the “serial number” for your license. Keep this – you’ll need it to activate your license.

The RockWorks Toolbox installs as a demo. You can download the installer from the main RockWorks page on our website.  Save the installer file to your computer, then run it to install the software. The trial version is fully-functional for 2 weeks.

A machine-specific “Unlocking Code” is used to convert the time-limited demo to the full version. You can request your Unlocking Code via the Registration Form.

How do I transfer my Toolbox license to a different computer?

This is a 3-step process: removing the licensing from the original machine, installing the program on your new computer, and unlocking the license on the new computer. See also: RockWorks Licensing.

RockWorks Toolbox License Transfer

1. Remove the license from the original computer:

  • Start RockWorks on that computer.
  • Click on the License button.
  • Click in the Remove Licensing radio button and click Change.
  • Click Yes when prompted to confirm the operation.
  • Copy or write down the Uninstall Number which is displayed.
    (Note that if you uninstall RockWorks using the Windows Control Panel, the license removal will occur first, automatically.)

2. Install RockWorks onto your new computer:

  • Visit the Product Updates page to download the latest installation program.
    NOTE: If your maintenance has expired, you’ll need to visit the Archives Page instead, to download a revision that precedes the expiration date.
  • Install the software on the new computer and launch it.
  • Click the Set Up Licensing button on the startup screen.
  • Click in the license type you purchased and the feature level.
  • Right-click/copy the Installation Number displayed there.

3. Request your new unlocking code by visiting either:

  • the Register and Unlock Software form for email reply.
    • You’ll need to supply your contact information, your license Registration Number, the new Installation Number, and the Uninstall Code from the previous computer.
    • We will reply by email with the new unlocking code.

Click on a link below to view the support options for RockWorks:

If you have purchased a different product from us, please review the manual for the developer’s contact information. If you are unable to locate this information, please contact RockWare and we will connect you with the developer.

The RockWorks Toolbox only has one price which is $275 for an annual license. Please use the option in the product page above to purchase a license or contact us at

The RockWorks Video Library & Knowledge Base provides useful information including; (1) animations used within product demonstrations, (2) information used within presentations, (3) information sent to RockWare clients to answer specific questions, and (4) anything else that may be useful.

Click HERE to view the Graphic Version of the interactive Knowledge Base with visual examples.


Click HERE to view a Textual Version of the interactive Knowledge Base by category.



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