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Getting great 2D drawings out of Rhino

RValu100

I am coming to Rhino from AutoCAD and can't seem to get the same quality of 2D linework from the program. Any tips on how to improve this?

 
Jan 15, 21 8:11 am
randomised

export to illustrator or vectorworks ;-)

Jan 15, 21 1:18 pm  · 
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SneakyPete

rhino is a modeling program, not a drawing program.

WHY WON'T MY ORANGE MAKE GOOD LEMONADE GODDAMNIT

Jan 15, 21 1:39 pm  · 
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lower.case.yao

Meh, I get good enough lineweights out of Rhino, what is the problem you’re having with it?

Jan 15, 21 4:24 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

Good enough is not good enough.

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kenchiku

Set your lines to specific colour layers just like you do in AutoCAD. Then export to Illustrator. In illustrator you can select the lines on each layer and adjust their lineweights as you see fit. Super easy!

Jan 16, 21 9:35 am  · 
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SneakyPete

If you're not in college, illustrator should not be a part of the workflow.

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randomised

What’s wrong with illustrator?

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SneakyPete

Nothing. It's a great illustration program. It simply has no place in the business of making measured drawings.

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kenchiku

Bit of a tangent considering nobody said anything about measured drawings, but sure.

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t a z

VisARQ might help: https://www.visualarq.com/lear...

Jan 16, 21 1:12 pm  · 
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