Bad surface created


#1

The solid in the pic was trimmed with other solid. But as the result, the lines got clung on the surface. Why did that happen and how do i solve such problems?


#2

If this is a planar surface, and of the rest of the object is a valid solid (with no glitches), then just delete the bad surface, select and join the rest, and type Cap while the object is selected.

Cap should - if the opening is planar - simply close the opening left behind after deleting the bad surface.

// Rolf


(Wim Dekeyser) #3

That’s an interesting question. Can you repeat the process? If so, please post a file and instructions.


(Rob McPherson) #4

Try exploding the solid, selecting all the surfaces, run the RebuildEdges command then join them all back together.


#5

This is most likely caused by the cutting object you used which may have some overlapping surfaces or be just out of tolerance. The object is simple enough that I would just trace a closed polyline around one side (to have absolutely clean geometry) and then extrude it to the depth - then delete the original.

–Mitch