Hey, I guess these posts are still relevant. As Affinity is gaining popularity and is really a great tool, it would be really great to export from Rhino to Affinity Designer in a proper way. It seems to work quite well with Rhino 6 for Windows, using the Native Rhino PDF printer.
I am working with Rhino for Mac, and can’t find a really smooth workflow, regarding an export to AD.
Can anybody help me?
I see two possible approaches:
Could the Native PDF printer for Rhino 6 be implemented for Mac?
Could the .AI export be lifted to a newer standard (or as an option). As far as I get it AD does only support newer AI Standard, as written here.
AD beside is working on dxf import option, which would be nice, too.
I really appreciate Rhino, and would be glad about that improvement, to have wider opportunities to evolve/modify my Rhino designs using its proper vector geometry. Software is on the one hand, but machines are on the other. Adressing cutters, Lasercutters, etc… Switching easily between Rhino and AD helps a lot there.
Maybe I am missing something.
In case, please let me know.