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## Is Rhino in MM?

Rhino can work in any unit system and with any tolerance. The default unit system is millimeters and the default tolerance is 0.01 millimeters. You can change the default unit system and tolerance by setting up a template.

## How do you change the tolerance in rhino?

Adjusting Tolerances: These settings can be found by typing the Options command and going to the Units page. The Absolute Tolerance is what determines the smallest unit that Rhino will consider when calculating limits of a surface or a curve.

## How do you scale down an object?

To scale an object to a smaller size, you simply divide each dimension by the required scale factor. For example, if you would like to apply a scale factor of 1:6 and the length of the item is 60 cm, you simply divide 60 / 6 = 10 cm to get the new dimension.

## What is the unit in rhino?

Rhino can work in any unit system and with any tolerance. The default unit system is millimeters, and the default tolerance is 0.01 millimeters.

## Can you dimension in Rhino?

Use text, dimensions, leaders, and annotation dots. Dimensions are created parallel to the current viewport’s construction plane. Combine dimension commands with object snaps to give precise values. The dimension style controls the way a dimension displays.

## How fast can a rhino run?

A white rhino run can reach a speed of 50 km/h (31 mph). Black rhinos can run at 55 km/h (35 mph), the same speed as their Sumatran rhino cousins.

## What are naked edges Rhino?

Naked Edges are edges where the seam between two surfaces is imperfect. It is recommended to rebuild these using Edge Surfaces (Surface > Edge Curves). It may also indicate that there is a surface missing from the polysurface, creating a hole in your model.