Hello, everyone. I just joined the forum today. I’m a long time user/developer in Rhino(3, 4, 5). Over the years, Rhino has allowed me to make a custom 3, 4, and 5-axis simultaneous CAM framework using RVB. Let me first say that Rhino is something that always strikes me with pleasant suprises of what it CAN do and what it allows me to develop.
Up to now I have used RVB to do what I need and am suprised at how FAST the calculations are made without having to revert to a lower level language. Rhino’s stability overall is top notch.
Anyway, I have quite a bit invested in RVB routines at this point and I have grown curious about Python. It seems Python has a lot more elegant functionality, particularly with respect to user interfaces.
I am wondering about the possibility of using Python to create user interfaces, and call upon those Python UI’s from within my RVB routines. I’d rather not take on porting everything to Python at this point. The main goal I wish to achieve here is to create a user experience that is faster, more robust and easy to use. What happens under the hood already I really have no need to change.