I need to be able to boolean meshes with cut planes to put on my printer. These are mostly not just single flat planes, but a series of flat planes creating registration keys between parts. With Rhino’s limited mesh creation options (i.e. no filleting or chamfers), I find the best way is creating polysurfaces and converting to mesh. Unfortunately, when I get the ‘rebuild density’ slider, even at maximum density, flat surfaces remain quite light, making it hard to boolean the extremely dense meshes I am working with. Is there a way to rebuild or force a higher density of polys on flat planar surfaces? My workaround has been to bend the planes slightly before converting, but this is less than ideal.
Thanks for your time!