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I really want to fill the hole.

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park2792
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I really want to fill the hole.

This is my mesh and I'd like to fill the hole with flatfill at the bottom of mesh, but when I attempt to go to analysis for inspect, it has many gaps as you can see, but it doesn't point the area I'd like to fill. How can I fill the hole at bottom??Screenshot 2024-03-02 at 10.01.44 AM.png

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fred_dot_u
in reply to: park2792

if you don't have any NDA considerations, attach the mesh or the .mix file

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park2792
in reply to: fred_dot_u

I attached it!

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fred_dot_u
in reply to: park2792

One might think I cheated, but I've found that Windows 3D builder has an amazing repair feature. I opened the hand, allowed the repair and the result is attached.

 

It passes the Meshmixer inspector and other than unusual treatment between fingers, looks pretty clean.

 

One observation, though. The mesh count is rather high and could stand some reduction, if for no other reason than to reduce the processing load on the slicer.

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park2792
in reply to: fred_dot_u

Thank you Sooooooooooo much! You save my life!

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hfcandrew
in reply to: park2792

Ya windows 3d Builder is amazing. but fyi MM can do this fine too. Just first go Edit>Close Cracks, then run inspector.

 

Scanned .obj's often need cracks closed first.

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