gabrielefx wrote:Refracty wrote:I think Rhino would be definately an important milestone to link more designers and architects to Octane.
in fact Autocad is good to design 2D plans and not 3d complex shapes.
I moved from Autocad to Rhinoceros since the first Rhino beta (1998)
A lot of architects use now Sketch Pro.
All architects in their studios want Rhinoceros designers because with Grasshopper they can design better 3d parametric drawings than Revit can do.
Nobody uses Autocad render (mentalray) within the software. Every architect exports the dwg in 3ds Max or Design.
The cad-cam-design market is the big deal: Rhinoceros, Solidworks/Catia, Spaceclaim, NX/Solidedge and PTC products.
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