Thanks for your response. I’ve been trying the Rhynamo method and not having much success.
As a test I created a new generic model family and used the Import CAD tool to import the Rhino model directly. This worked perfectly. So the Rhino model should be OK.
I then used you dynamo script and set the correct layer but get the following warning
Thanks for replying also. I added a scale as you suggested and this did improve things but I’m still not getting a solid, I can’t actually select what ever this is. I tried adding a string node with solid to the isVoid to see if that made a difference but it didn’t. Here’s a screenshot of what is coming in. Not sure what all the red boxes are but they seem to come in at 0,0,0.
Ahhhhhhh that’s where I was going wrong. I was mixing up the Rhynamo method and the sat method. I was trying to bake it into a generic model not a project file! Thanks that worked perfect!
Now to test a larger portion of my model.
Sweet! It worked. Just one more question (for now). On the initial import there are what appears to be an orange surface as well. But if I save and reopen the model this all disappears. Is it just part of the dynamo procedure? Anything to be concerned with?
Why would the RhinoObjects be empty? My model contains closed valid polysurfaces. I was hoping to be able to use the Rhino object Name to create generic models for the objects so that any changes made to the Rhino file can be pushed through to update the generic models. If that makes sense.