is there anyone who has replaced AutoCAD with Rhino for 2d-drawing? For furniture production or Architecture maybe? I am aware that Rhino started as NURBS 3d-Modeler, but since even complex 2d-drawings and documentation only require basic 2d commands, hatches, dimensions, layer managers and layoutos… I was wondering… Because I think many companies might think of kicking away AutoCAD, because of its subscription and high cost.
In our company for example we still stick to AutoCAD (for 2d only; we use Rhino for 3d), but only for the advanced blocks command, the dynamic blocks and the better layout and dimension functions.
But that is not a reason for not thinking about switching to Rhino only. Anyone can tell their opinions/experiences?