Wim, welcome to McNeel

For years, @wim has been an active participant and helping hand testing Rhino, providing feedback, and supporting people on this forum. He’s now a McNeel employee. Please welcome Wim to McNeel - we’re excited to have him on board.


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I though he was McNeel employee :slight_smile:

Congratulations Wim and welcome aboard!

Now you can start working on that auto title box tool for layout I requested way back for v6.

Congrats @Wim! Do you have any specific focus area in Rhino Development/Support ?

really? that’s super cool.

congrats Wim!

Thanks guys!

I have used Rhino in a few different jobs over the last 21+ years, the last 13 developing concepts for new technology in house-sized seabed installation for the petroleum industry. I have developed “MY WAY” of working with Rhino and have been vocal when things didn’t go in my direction.

Now, however, I will be trying to support “YOUR WAY” of doing things in Rhino and eliminating obstacles along the way. That means that I now have to learn how to use blocks, toolbars, the gumball, etc. because that is what you are using. [and all that even on a Mac!] I recognize the challenge of this but am excited for what is ahead.

My focus will be on support here on Discourse.

A productive way of making production drawings in plain Rhino is something that I’ve always been interested in, and that won’t likely change in the future :wink:


Congratulations Wim!
Continue the good work you’ve been doing up until now!

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Good luck Wim

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Congratulations wim!

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Nice! @wim

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Congrats @wim !

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Congratulations @wim! Wish you the best!

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Congratulations @wim!!!

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Congradulations @wim, thanks for your help and insight in the past

First thing I think you should work on in my opinion is A real BOM option

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@wim, your honeymoon period is over now I guess ; )

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Oh, yea, please. Always I found making production drawings in Rhino peinfuly slow.

Still missing basic functionality in this area like tables, automatic baloon creation (like this one: https://www.autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/autoballoons.gif), one click dimension lines (a la Revit)

Hopefully you will be able to add some nice and useful tools in this area.

Congratulations Wim! :clap:t3::+1:t3::grinning:

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