Wat is Rhino 7?
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Reviews over Rhino 7
The Best All Round CAD Package on the market
Opmerkingen: If I could only have one CAD program I'd choose Rhino. The product is highly capable, excellently coded and well supported by the manufacturer. I can't wait for Rhino 7!
The best thing about Rhino is that it does everything well. Solids, surfaces or meshes, Rhino is great. They have also made great strides in the drafting component of the software to the point where I finally ditched AutoCAD. The more I use Rhino the more I discover it can do. Its extensibility with Grasshopper has really made it unique in the CAD world. Its also highly extensible with a range of companion programs and add-ons. I own license's for other much more expensive Parametric solids modellers which led me to expect even higher capabilities and quality. This has not been the case. The high end products are often buggy, have poorly implemented new features and draconian licensing systems. The team at Rhino should be commended for the reliability and stability of their product. In the feature film industry where I work I have seen Rhino taking market share especially since they released a MAC compatible version. It simply offers the best bang for buck in the market place.
Rhino is not perfect, there are frustrating parts about the controls and interface like all programs. I would love a more parametric approach to surface modelling. Grasshopper has some answers here, but the learning curve is very steep and time consuming. There are also times when complex surfacing commands fail for no apparent reason. Some visual feedback on problem areas would be awesome.
Benefits and struggles of Rhino
Opmerkingen: The logic of the program and the way its organized is super helpful. Rhino allows me to create objects in multiple ways but there are too many issues that force me to switch programs constantly so as to be able to fully define my objects without errors.
I love the logic of the tools and how theyre organized. I normally use the icons to create the objetcs i want but the searchbar allows me to create things i wasnt aware that were an option. Being able to see different views and modify my objects in all of them at the same time really helps with the flow of my work! Rhino allows me to create surfaces and meshes according to the way i think them, i can create them by adding/substracting or i can create them procedurally
Every time i create something in rhino, i always struggle to not leave any vertices open. Even after having different options (like End, Point, etc) turned on, its extremely hard to join a point to another or to a line. On top of that, rhino doesnt let me know when this happens and i only find out when i try to print the file. This means i have to export my meshes to another program (i use solidworks a lot for that) so as to check for errors. I also use the boolean tool quite often and sometimes i get the (!) errors but they dont specify what the issue is so i always struggle to fix it and create the results i want. Creating chamfers and fillets is also complicated in rhino. Most of the time, it creates a different surface in the shape of the chamfer, instead of modifying the mesh so as to create the chamfer or fillet in it
Review for Rhino 7
Opmerkingen: I was able to get the job done with Rhino I was able to make a 3d model and have professional rendering, however it took too much time to learn it. It was too complicated, and for that reason I never want to have to use it again.
What I liked the most about this software was being able to create CAD models for my presentations and ideas.
Learning this software is ridiculously hard. There are too many controls and more than half of my team gave up on trying to learn it because it was too clunky and complicated
Great for furniture design
Opmerkingen: We used to use one software to model it in 3d and other to 2d in this one you can do it in the same.
I love that you can see it in 3d and 2d at the same time.
Difficult to change and modificate textures on models.
Love using it but…
Opmerkingen: It is a nice experience and one that I keep hoping to continue having with it. I am still developing in using the software so hopeful to learn more tricks and tips about it. But in all, I really love using the software.
I really loved the fact that I was getting to learn how to use a new software. It was intriguing to learn but different from what I was used to. Rhino 7 can be a bit stressful to use but it was fun and flexible. You can design and draw almost anything with no restrictions. I really enjoyed using it to develop building and other items for 3d printing. There are similarities between it and autocad but I have got to say I found it easier to use.
Although flexible, I really did not like the fact that a line or an element could mess up the entire design so easily so you have to be extremely careful. I also disliked that once boolean unioned, you can’t unboolean. Features like grouping and split has really helped me out concerning this though.