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    I use Rhino for many many years and as all Modeling Programms, it has its pros and cons. In most of the cases, when i get CAD-data from my clients (sometimes files above 1Gb), i first import it into Rhino for control, repair, layerstructure or modeling some missing parts. Depending on the Models, i have different ways to bring it into 3ds Max, but one of the easiest is to create the mesh from your CAD-file in Rhino. Even if sometimes the (tris-) meshstructure looks messy (for a Modeller who is focused on quads), you nearly always get a nice smooth Mesh without Ngons, smoothing artefacts or holes. If you have the correct Mesh settings.

    Cheers Jochen


    Jochen, thanks the advice! It appears we have many people that use CADs here and this will surely be helpful.

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