- May 14, 2021
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Yes, if you know where to look and know how to match surfaces, that's what Rhino does with some effort.So could Rhino patch some bad geometry & fix a broken 3D model from another app? Sure. Well, maybe. As long as you know here to look & how to stich a surface.
I used SW for several years professionally over ten years ago. I found it would often struggle to make water-tight work. It crashed, a lot. I hear it still crashes a lot. From what I hear their surfacing has improved a lot. I would go with SW if I had to pick between the two, but my issue with it is you still have to rent it for a large sum of money.