Hello, I have a little bit of an issue regarding lofts and understanding how they work.
I have two close curves that I lofted together to create an autogenerated joint. The joint itself is perfect, however I have issues 3d printing this part and converting it into an stl. The loft creates a skin, that is essentially ‘0’ thickness. I would like to have a solid interior, and was wondering if there is a way to use loft specifically to create that solid interior.
Once I have created my loft, is there a simple way of filling the interior of that “shell”? I understand that I may be confusing how fusion 360 treats solids compared to rhino. What I have tried so far has been to use CAP, to create a closed 3D object, but that only goes so far.
Attached is the file that I am working with. I am not using grasshopper, but recognize that it would help to switch over to that. In the mean time, what’s the best way to make a solid object for 3d printing?