I am searching through Internet and i cannot figure out why geometric constraints which are fundamentals for 3D Cad is not native part of Rhino?
I read comments on this from a McNeel developer back from 2016. He described it as something unneccessary and losing strategy to involve something in the program which other applications already have. Plus he mentioned that Rhino is used in design fields where this is not importnat. Why should 3D CAD be limited to some design field. It should get as flexible as possible. I find it kind of an excuse.
This is in my opinion absolutely not true. Once it has been developed it costs fraction of what it would cost it it had to be developed from scratch. I think it is a losing strategy not to involve such a fundamental tool in 3D Cad.
I would love to convince company management to migrate to Rhinoceros because its otherwise very nice software + with grasshopper it can be used for so many things.
But geometric constraints are ESSENTIAL IN ENGINEERING field and absolutely missing in Rhino. In our case its bridges or buildings.
I need to have construction planes which are parrallel and for example tangent to 3d curve etc.
There are billions reasons why to include such a universally demanded feature like geometric constraints.
OK i get it rhino is open for any plugins which would do this but there are NONE currently doing this job. It is a thing which exists in other programs just take/buy the code and implement it for good sake.