I've been an Autocad / Microstation guy for decades now but tried a lot of strange off brand stuff in the very early days. (late 80's early 90's) so I'm skeptical. So I checked the website (http://www.rhino3d.com/index.htm
) and I'd be lying if I didn't admit that Rhino Cad at least looks the business and the price is a steal.... if it works. I imagine that programs like this are great as long as you're in a closed loop. As soon as file sharing becomes important then it's nice to be on an industry standard.
About 2 cent's worth there. and that may be inflated..
Originally Posted by toolmakering
with this contribution I want to introduce myself in this Forum.
Tried most of available CAD Software.
My hint for all interested CAD users is Rhinoceros.
For me it is the best tool for creating and editing Surfaces.
You can also get a brilliant renderer for realistic looking 3D objects.
Have fun by trying it. It is easy to learn and you can download an older version for free.
See you on the road.