I have created Brep geometries in GH (Rhino 6), scaled them down to the desired size and now I want to weld them together and convert to mesh for 3d print them using the SLA method (in high resolution).
After most of the day of trial and error and not much luck searching online for guidance, which most of the online results that I was finding referred to the conversion of meshes to brep and not breps to meshes.
I would like to ask for some guidance on this forum. In the definition I have attached, I was able to SolidUnion the breps, convert them to meshes and then mesh union my parts.
Is it this simple or am I missing something? Perhaps I am doing it all completely wrong.
As you will see, I increased the diameter of the “posts” to interfere with the other geometries so they would hopefully weld.
Can anyone provide any guidance on the mesh settings that would produce a good mesh that in turn would have a good chance of printing well?
Thank you in advance for any help and guidance.
Geometries have been internalized and I’m not sure if its important to mention but I am using Rhino 6.
mesh weld for 3d printing.gh (254.1 KB)