I have some 3d scans and I would like to do reverse engineering on the base version of Rhino.
Could you advise me which commands will be helpful to me or please share some tutorials about it (free or paid). I think about 3d scan made from triangles, not in a point cloud.
First I need to orient 3d scan in space to lay flat on the ground. Next, I need to put some cplanes onto flat surfaces to have the possibility of creating simple shapes (circle, square in specific orientation). Nex I need to find axes of all revolves and symmetry planes. After all, I need to check the deviation between my new cad shapes and the original 3d scan. Is it possible on base Rhino version without mesh2surface plugin?
You can see my sample 3d scan which I`ve made with my David SLS-2: Measure Tape - Quick raw scan with David SLS-2 - 3D model by 3d designer - Multimedia Design (@multimediadesign) [a44b541] - Sketchfab
I would like to align it to world space in Rhino and change it to CAD with checking deviation in the end. Is that possible on base Rhino? This scan is not a serious job, I’ve scanned it for learning purposes.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.