Sometimes you just want to try something… You know it should be possible… have been on this for a few hours now… and I can’t get it fixed…
tried to extrude surface… to close the bottom and make a solid… to exclude the surfaces that give errors, but then I get half a model…
Who is up for the challenge, bringing Elsa alive in Revit.
(sorry not allowed to place skp or zip)
As a start: Check for inverted faces (blue side not tan side) In sketchup, flipping as needed as those are notoriously difficult to work with outside of Sketchup.
In sketchup, export to .stl.
In Meshmixer import .stl, save as .mix
In Dynamo read .mix as mesh >>> create solid >>> FamilyInstanceByGeometry
i exported STL from Revit (plugin) imported into Meshmixer made a solid in meshmixer and exported as STL again… then run the dynamo graph
@Marcel_Rijsmus thanks for the tip…