No more dealing with mesh exports between Rhino 3d and 3DS Max! And finally a good reason for maintaining my Autodesk subscription. I think in ’09, the $500 upgrade bought that stupid viewcube that crashed the best of computers. Then I don’t even remember what came in ’10. In fact, if I didn’t completely restart from scratch with Windows 7, I doubt that I would have even installed the ’11 programs. Autodesk updates are usually more trouble than they’re worth. Which reminds me, where in the hell is classic mode in Autocad 2011? Did they remove the best feature of recent iterations???
Random NURBS shape formed in Rhino 3D 4 SR8.
NURBS surface exported as a .dwg using a medium density mesh. Usually a tedious process of trial and error between various mesh densities for curved and linear surfaces. Although, that was sorta solved by going 64-bit and throwing 10gbs of ram at it.