If I’m designing a hinged box in Rhino 6 for 3d printing, is there a way to test the rotation of the hinge and see if it catches on anything/whether anything stops it from achieving the desired rotation or do I have to eyeball it?
The downside of eyeballing it by rotating along the hinge is that in Rhino objects rotate through each other, and therefore there’s a very good chance I’d miss it if the hinged box wasn’t workable.
Not that you need to know the following, but I’m trying to create a hinge that can be 3d printed as a part of the box (at least for the prototype), that’s barely visible when the box is closed but allows the top of the box to rotate along the hinged axis 180 degrees so that it’s flush to the top of the box.
I’m not even sure if what I’m trying to do is possible, honestly, which is why a way of determining whether it would work prior to 3d printing would be incredibly useful.
Any and all suggestions would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance!