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-Even though Rhino was meant to be a modeling software, we are now using it for some of our design work. Four factors led to this: the ease of its use; the fact that Rhino can communicate with [[rhino:​autocad|AutoCAD]] and allows ​us to work 2D drawings into 3D models without having to redraw anythingthe ability to dimension in Rhino and the feature that lets us generate 2D drawings from the 3D imagesThe more I work with and learn to use Rhino the more I understand its capabilities and see the potential uses for it in our company.+Even though Rhino was meant to be a modeling software, we are now using it for some of our design work. Four factors led to this:  
 +  * the ease of use 
 +  * Rhino can communicate with AutoCAD and lets us work 2D drawings into 3D models without having to redraw anything 
 +  * the ability to dimension in Rhino 
 +  * the feature that lets us generate 2D drawings from the 3D images ​ 
 +The more I work with and learn to use Rhino the more I understand its capabilities and see the potential uses for it in our company.
  
 Manufacturing engineering and designing machinery is all about function. Seeing a total manufacturing system in a rendered 3D model on the computer screen and the ability to rotate it gives us another way to look at the appearance as well as visualizing work flow within the factory environment. Manufacturing engineering and designing machinery is all about function. Seeing a total manufacturing system in a rendered 3D model on the computer screen and the ability to rotate it gives us another way to look at the appearance as well as visualizing work flow within the factory environment.
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