Please excuse my ignorance, as an architect I normally don’t work on projects that would cause issues like that:
Currently I am working on a very complex stair, they want to build the concrete casting forms from my 3D model, so I am trying to work as precise as possible. Now I found that when I split an object, in this case a bunch of polysurfaces, with another object, in this case surfaces, the result looks good at first glance. However when I zoom in very close, I start to see the two lines which are supposed to be exactly on top of each other coming apart. I am aware that I have to get really, really close, however I still don’t understand why this is occurring.
I am already working with very low numbers for the tolerances. My problem is not necessarily the tiny gap itself (althought I would love it if this would not be there at all…) but of course I fear that if I use the resulting surfaces for some other operations, the irregularity would spread and eventually multiply, so that at some point I end up with multiple lines not matching each other and as a result causing all kind of problems.
I ´ll attach a part of the file that illustrates what I am talking about:
split.3dm (356.4 KB)
thank you in advance for any feedback / help