[OpenSCAD] problem STL

jon jon at jonbondy.com
Sat Oct 8 11:35:49 EDT 2016


Turns out if the shape is on the negative part of the Y plane, it will 
always be inside out.


On 10/8/2016 11:21 AM, Richard Urwin wrote:
> The whole thing is inside-out.
>
> If you view it in Thrown-together mode it's all purple. If you view it in
> MeshLab it's black.
>
> To fix it, you can tell MeshaLab to reverse all the faces, Then it comes out
> nice and grey like it is supposed to.
>
> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/96640124/screenshot.png
>
> Maybe you need to reverse the order of the nodes? I'm not enough of an
> expert on OpenSCAD to know, but that is the issue.
>
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