I’m modeling a simple object. It’s a cylinder with another cylinder cut out from it. When I make the cutout, I get a distortion that shows up in the model and I’m worried it will affect a 3D print.
Here’s what it looks like: https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50702741258_22baf6f0d7_o.png See above the hole how the hidden geometry is shaped kind of arc-like in a way that it’s not below the hole? Will this impact a print? Is this a real geometry change or just a visualization glitch?
To create the object, I used the circle tool and the push/pull tool to create two cylinders. Then I used the move tool to intersect the two cylinders. Then I used subtract from the solid tools to cut out the hole. No matter what scale I try this at or how many ‘sides’ the circle has, I see a distortion when I turn on hidden geometry.