When using the Mesh from polysurface command, Isocurves in a surface can cause this command to add more polygons than you may want. especially if you want to have a very low polygon count and have adjusted the detailed settings acordingly.
I am meshing some simple shapes made from sweeps.
The rail is a square with only knots in corners.
Here is an example or one side of the square sweep.
Is there a command to just remove isocurves from inside a surface such as this?
Here is the mesh of the above, with the minimum edge length set bigger than the length of the edge of the square
And here is a mesh of a surface using the same settings but I just made a surface from the planar surface from curve command of the same square.
I know there are workarounds Like Silhouetting the object, andthen with a relatively simpel object I can then just build the mesh manually.