When I import step files that have been created in other modelers, these sometimes have naked edges. I can sometimes clean these with “Analyze\Edge tools\Join 2 naked edges”. When I do so Rhino will indicate the join tolerance between the edges. This is often very small (1e-5 or 1e-6).
Is there some way (either during import or afterwards) to instruct Rhino to ignore naked edges that are less than a certain value (for example, ignore anything less that 1e-4) or, alternately, automatically try to join all naked edges so that I don’t have to do this manually? (In some cases I can’t even manually join the naked edges. This means that I have to delete the offending surfaces and try to recreate them. This can be time consuming and may not accurately reflect the original model.)
Note: Rhino v. 2.0