Drawings in Rhino
Though Rhino may not be the most suitable software to handle heavy drawings file, minor drawings works in Rhino can help to create interesting 3d objects from 2d drawings. Having said that, there are many tools for making drawings in Rhino, as below:
Polyline is connected lines. Designer may toggle the close curve setting by clicking “c” or click within the command line.
Offset produces a directional extension of the selected curve. This is extensively useful in creating walls and boundary lines creation.
Circle is one of many default closed curve creation tool in Rhino. There is an option for multiple sides polygon.
Trimming is a delicate work where intersection and proper snapping is required beforehand.
When there is an open curve intended to be closed, a quick “closecrv” is a quicker method than creating a line and joining them. “closecrv” connects the 2 end of an open curve into an opened curve.
Join (ctrl + j)
Joining disconnected curves facilitates swift selection and the creation of polysurfaces rather than surfaces. This is immencely useful when the drawings and 3D are messy.
Group (ctrl + g)