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mitch [OK, so much for all the technogeekspeak...]
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 ===Converting low poly mesh models=== ===Converting low poly mesh models===
  
-MeshToNurb is useful for converting low-polygon count meshes that are mostly planar into NURBS surfaces for further work in Rhino. ​ For example, you may import ​an architectural model from Sketchup or similar ​program that is mesh-based. ​The model is composed of largish planar mesh faces.  ​MeshToNurb works well to convert the model to NURBS surfaces, and along with a few other tools such as MergeAllFaces,​ you can quickly get a good clean NURBS model in Rhino and continue modeling.+MeshToNurb is useful for converting low-polygon count meshes that are mostly planar into NURBS surfaces for further work in Rhino. ​ For example, you might have imported ​an architectural model from some program that is mesh-based. ​If the model is composed of largish planar mesh facesMeshToNurb works well to convert the model to NURBS surfaces, and along with a few other tools such as MergeAllFaces,​ you can quickly get a good clean NURBS model in Rhino and continue modeling.
  
 ===Unrolling objects=== ===Unrolling objects===
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