I am trying to import a rhino model into an archicad drawing,
Dwight wrote:Rhinoceros, or so called Rhino, is a great 3D NURBS modeling program. Its very easy to learn, very visual enviroment, its 2d working enviroment is Autocad like and it doesn't need great hardware resources. So - its teached on many faculties (no architectural faculty could teach students to work in 3D Max, it would take to much time) and this is the computer program with students have their first 3D working experience.
rhino does 3Ds?
Nikola wrote:Thank you... I am in the planning stages of renewing this website and use a more dynamic structure, but time, as always, is limited...
Stefan, I like your rendering comparison on www.sbuild.com. Great idea.
Same model appear totaly different if rendered by different programs.
It would be interesting to c more of that, for example two models rendered in exterior and interior scene in all programs you listed.
For some of them i didn't even heard about, but you showed they can be very useful.
As much as I know you cannonot import 3d objects in archicad excapt with special plugins for specific programs like maxonform that is a short version of C4D. Even then, you have the 3D model but no real 2D projections, filled countours only. I hope someone on this forum can tell us how to import 3D dwg objects on easy way.