So my office is working on a complicated residential home. There are no curves but it is a very angular building. I have done the entire model as of now in the “pre design” stage all in Rhino. We have now come close to a design we like and need to start fine tuning the model and begin generating some accurate floor plans, sections etc.
So far we have discussed two options upon doing this. We either do a Rhino to Revit process or a Rhino to AutoCad process. It seems we are leaning towards the Rhino Revit direction knowing that it may be a slow process and will be the most complicated project we have done in Revit as of now (there is also a split between Revit and Rhino fans in the office which makes the decision difficult).
I personally love Rhino and can’t stand Revit. However, I feel that doing a complete construction document set in Rhino won’t be as accurate. I have found that Rhino in 3d is more for getting a form in a “shell stage” and not in perfect accurate condition for producing documents. I am no rhino expert and am very new to what rhino plug ins there are or how to even use them.
I guess my question is more advice on what you all have experienced or used in the past to solve this problem. Thank you for reading and your help is really appreciated.