RhinoforMac - Plot line thickness/lineweight under 0.13 mm

Hello,

I am currently attempting to use rhino as my main architecture CAD software. Everything works great, except in the drawing export part.
I am using print to pdf from the dialogue box that is prompted by the “print” command, from layouts.
Any lineweight set (manually, because there doesn’t seem to be a way to change the preset lineweights) below 0.13 is not being recognised and prints as 0.13.

If I export to Illustrator, it will recognize and display anything between 0.13 and 0.01.

Is there a way to make it work in rhino ? Could there be an equivalent to Autocad’s “autocadtopdf.pc3” printer emulator, which does a very fine job of plotting ?

thank you in advance.

CAA

Hi -

On the Mac, please use the ExportAll command from a layout. That will use the Rhino PDF writer and not the macOS PDF writer over which we have no control at all.
-wim

dear Wim,

thank you for your quick response.
however I have just tried using the exportall command in layout, and it still doesn‘t solve the line thickness problem.
anything above .13 shows a difference, anything bellow comes out the same.

caa

Dear Wim,

any news from the lineweighting ?
If I insist it is only because Rhino is a dream to use and design with, and it is really just missing this “piece” to be perfectly autonomous.
Maybe I should rephrase my question more directly :

Any method to export a pdf from rhino, with a defined lineweight below 0.13 ? By exemple 0.04, 0.06, 0.1, etc ?

thank you in advance.