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Old   April 18, 2016, 13:36
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Greetings gents,

I am dealing with an STL surface mesh which has too much resolution for what I intend (for example subtract operations take more than a day).

I'd like to remesh the surface and use a coarser setting (even if I lose some resolution)... Any ideas how to do such a thing?


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Old   April 24, 2016, 19:06
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Just remesh it with the surface remesher, export that, and use it as your input geometry.
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