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Rhino Vs. Fusion 360 - For Ceramic Dinnerware

Posted: January 19, 2017
Hello Everyone. I am a designer with a ceramic dinnerware company and we recently invested in a 3d printer to begin designing our own ceramic items. I am very comfortable in solid works, and am also familiar with surface modeling. I am looking into Rhino and Autodesk Fusion 360. I can not decide which program would better fit my needs to easily morph organic surfaces, as well as add texture (such as ribbing) to the surface. I like the idea of the engineering mindset behind fusion and it seems to correlate more to my knowledge in solid works. Any comments or thoughts are greatly appreciated!