I have a file from a friend which is a grid scanned from a kitchen door with a simple engraved flower. Unfortunately after 30 hours of scanning the program died and the outer edge of a circular object is not quite complete. I think I can delete it and replace it however a large part of this scan is a flat surface around the details. Is there a way to take all the Z values of points in a range say ± .010" and make them zero, essentially making it perfectly flat?FLOWER DESIGN PROBE, 2.stl (10.9 MB)
I used Rhino every day for about 6 years, but holy mackerel it has been almost 16 years since I stopped using it every day. Now it is mostly my goto repair tool for SolidWorks files from vendors.