About fill a hole on mesh


#1

Hi:

I have a mesh with a hole and i would like to fill it with curvature-based patch.
I try FillMeshHole command in Rhino but the result is the good. why?

Then I try another method is

  1. Extract the boundary first and Patch a Surf.
  2. transfer Surf to Mesh.
  3. Merge the patched mesh and original model into a complete model.
    but fail in 3

How can i combine the two mesh into one?


(Pascal Golay) #2

Hi Frank - if the edges if the hole and the edges of the patch-mesh leave a slight gap, Join the two and then in a few locations around the gap, use PatchSingleFace to bridge across, then FillMeshHole ti close the holes. I would UnifyMeshNormals afterward.

-Pascal


#3

The process you say is difficult to design as a one button function.
It seems need many hand work.Right?

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          pascal
            McNeel
          

          February 8

Hi Frank - if the edges if the hole and the edges of the patch-mesh leave a slight gap, Join the two and then in a few locations around the gap, use PatchSingleFace to bridge across, then FillMeshHole ti close the holes. I would UnifyMeshNormals afterward.

-Pascal

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(Pascal Golay) #4

Hi Frank - yeah - it is far from automatic…

-Pascal