@cdordoni ; in a perfect world I could ask the designer to tweak settings and then relay those to me for future reference. Thanks for the suggestions, I will look into those plug ins. I probably should have Illustrator on hand for myself so I can produce my own in house traces from bitmaps to avoid this problem entirely. This issue has improved my understanding of Rhino and is making me a better modeler so it’s good to know how to dig myself out of holes
@pascal ; without that script you provided I would never have been able to detect and solve those redundant points. I will be asking a few of my friends who speak python fluently to modify this sketch to allow for full automation. Meaning find the points and then delete them, separate but not delete vector loops, and close all open curves that were opened by point deletion only.
I ran the script after successful boolean curves, sometimes those would fail and I needed to flip seams or manually remove loops.
After the script has completed it leaves a single point on the curves start and end point which needs to be deleted manually, I wish it didn’t do this.
Any suggestions on how to make this process better would be greatly appreciated. I will share the script here.