I did very little with sub-D yet, but I am planning to upgrade to Rhino 7 when it launches, however, a big challenge I have at work is to give thickness to parts, so I can properly check for interferences and 3D print the hull and other big parts (the small stuff is done in Solidworks so 3D printing is usually more straight foward)
My question are 2:
Can polysurfaces be converted into sub-D in a easy to do way?
If the polysurface is not closed, can the sub-D be easily be thickened (thicken, given thickness) in the normal direction?
Orca3D team already came out and said that no upgrade will be needed from Rhino 6 to 7, so that is a plus for upgrading, I am considering getting VisualARQ as well to do the interior design on the boats, + some other freelancer stuff I do.