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MeshWrapper Tool – A useful sketchup extension for mesh modeling

Rajib Dey - Editor-in-chief

Cadman introduces MeshWrapper Tool for sketchup. This sketchup extension contains a slew of tools to generate an outer shell all over 3d geometry. It will streamline the model and produce an uniformly dispersed surface mesh around the object.

The Wrap Objects tool sets an even grid mesh around an object(s). The dissimilar grid projections are each a group inside a complete MeshWrapper group. Every grid mesh is controlled with a quad faces, and is well-matched with quad face tools.

Choose the object(s) to be wrapped with a mesh. Then fulfill the Gridding Options dialog:

The Grid spacing size. If this number denotes a negative number, the lengthiest dimension of the object(s) will be subdivided by that number to establish the grid size.

The mesh projection style, both all around (surround), Top and Bottom, Front and Back, or Right and Left.

The Shard filter identifies a grid edge multiplier. Once an edge’s length surpasses this multiplier, its triangle is removed of the final mesh.

Stitch edges: The subgroups of the mesh are isolated from one another, but their perimeter grid cells are rectified to fit with each other as soon as the Stitch edges variable is set to ‘yes’.

For more features, visit extensions.sketchup.com

To learn the functionalities of this sketchup extension, go through the following youtube video tutorial.

MeshWrapper Tool
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