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You mention your dimensions in cm. Any chance that the STL export is also in cm where Meshmixer might expect mm? Assuming your Sketchup template was set to cm: To validate this guess you could measure/eyeball a known dimension and if that comes out to be 10 times too small you could scale your model by 10 times. Alternatively you could adjust the template ...


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The best way would be to follow a four-step workflow: Reduce complexity. Cut the object along the symmetry plane. Discard one half of the object. Mirror the cut object along the cut symmetry plane.


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It's possible to close over a hole using Meshmixer. I've done exactly that recently, although the "hole" was a depression, the process would be the same. As you've discovered, Meshmixer can be considered somewhat imprecise. Fusion 360 will import the model you wish to modify. You would then turn off edit history, convert the model to BREP, then perform the ...


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Solution: After trying a lot of different filters with different tools, I came up with simplifying the point-cloud. After that, using the poisson surface reconstruction filter worked just fine without creating any weird bubbles.


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Surely! First of all, a mold is, simply put, the negative of the item. So we need to make such a negative and give it some thickness. I have this funnel model... We start Meshmixer, import our funnel and then go into Meshmix and pull a cylinder into the frame. We size and align it to hide the funnel but for a tiny part at the top (or however much you need ...


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