Working with ShipX: exporting from Rhino or AutoCAD

A good example of what the geometry should look like when using a design from Rhino or AutoCAD is given below:

Key points:

· The geometry is comprised of lines; there are no surfaces or rogue points. · No point on the geometry is below z = 0. If this is the case for your design, you must elevate the stations above z = 0. · The stations are not closed: there is no line connecting the tops of stations from port to starboard.