I’ve created an object in Rhino that I’m trying to 3d print.
The model is solid and clean as a nurbs object inside Rhino. And I get no ‘naked edge’ warnings when I export the model as an stl. -The exporter is happy with the model.
However when I open up the stl back into Rhino and other 3d apps - there’s a handful of these errant polygon faces.
I’m not sure what to do about them?
There’s not too many of them, it wouldn’t be hard to simply select and delete them all. But I’m weary of invalidating the stl by doing that?
Has anyone seen this kind of thing, and know what I might be able to do about it.
The inner rim has a whole lot of out-dented writing on it. Initially this was giving me a lot of problems generating a water tight, solid, stl with no naked edges. Eventually I solved that issue by booleaning the text one by one, instead of all together. However stumped on this issue.