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Does RemoveSurfaceVertices work with SurfaceMeshesToPlanes?

Unless I am missing something, using RemoveSurfaceVertices to cut a hole in the mesh is undone if you create a plane with SurfaceMeshesToPlanes. The plane created does not preserve the hole (presumably by creating multiple smaller planes around it). Is this something that can be configured or does it require custom code?

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  • genegene
    edited September 2016

    Thanks @thebanjomatic. RemoveSurfaceVertices does work, with some adjustment, for removing mesh that intersects another object, but definitely not a plane — so I wrote a plane slicer to handle this

  • DingDoingDingDoing
    edited October 2016

    How to adjustment it?> @gene said:

    Thanks @thebanjomatic. RemoveSurfaceVertices does work, with some adjustment, for removing mesh that intersects another object, but definitely not a plane — so I wrote a plane slicer to handle this

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