For the last couple of years, I have been a big fan of Rhino for 2D drafting, not just for schematic design but also for full construction drawing sets, including construction details, technical plans, MEP, etc. I personally find Rhino way faster, smoother and more intuitive than AutoCAD, from layer organization (sublayers, plotting…) to certain commands (curve booleans, gumball…) — and I have a feeling that I’m not alone with this.
We are about to start a project where we want to fully use Rhino, but some people in the team still prefer AutoCAD “because it is the industry standard” — and I must agree with that. They are not 100% convinced of the “Export DWG” workflow as sometimes we have gotten problems with “dimensions”, “hatches”, “layouts”…
So, dear community, I challenge all of us to put together “The Ultimate Guide” for the best Rhino-to-AutoCAD workflow so we can easily jump from 3DM to DWG — and, maybe one day, conquer the 2D world.
What is your Rhino-to-AutoCAD workflow?