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    Rhino - import meshes with modifiers

    Although UE4 is supposedly finally importing Rhino meshes, it is not importing geometries with applied Edge Softening, Shut Lining, etc. I miss that feature very much!
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    #2
    Now, Rhino 7 is available, and because I was left without any answer I would like to bump this wish a little.

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      #3
      Try datasmith exporter plugin or use the use rhino mesh option from importer
      Pierre-Felix Breton

      Sr Technical Product Designer AEC, Unreal Engine
      Epic Games - LinkedIn

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        #4
        I tried both ways (exporting as udatasmith file from Rhino, and direct CAD 3dm import in UE4), they are not importing desired (modified) render meshes. I selected "Import Rhino Meshes and UVs" in Datasmith Import Options.

        I tested Edge Softening, Shut Lining, Curve Piping, Thickness, and Displacement - none of was imported correctly to the Unreal, instead of I had unmodified meshes, curve piping didn't land in UE4 at all.


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          #5
          I see send me the rhino file at pierrefelix.breton@epicgames.com we will have a look
          Pierre-Felix Breton

          Sr Technical Product Designer AEC, Unreal Engine
          Epic Games - LinkedIn

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            #6
            Thanks for the response.
            I've sent the model to your e-mail, if you didn't receive it or you have other requests, please let me know.

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