Although this my first post, I’ve been following your discussions for a long, long time. Now I wonder if someone could give some tips.
I’m trying to model a ship’s hull in rhino. At the end I managed to get something, but not as good as it should be.
Next step is processing the hull in a software to get some enclosed volumes. Here comes the problem. Seems like hull patches boundaries are not good enough to form an enclosed volume. Patches were built trying to keep tangency continuity between surface edges.
Some time ago, a person with some experience in these topics, told me about using the mesh tools of rhino, to rebuild meshes limits, and get an smooth and continuous surface afterwards.
Welding meshes, boolean union? I did the try but it seems to be a complex matter. Does some have some help materials?
Thanks in advance
Hope this conversation helps someone else.