This post is somewhat related to this one though this couldn’t get me to solve my problem.
If find myself in the same situation, where I have a model that, once exported as .stl and sent to 3dhubs, fails the manufacturing checks. I get over 200 intersecting faces!
My .skp model is all “shiny” according to Solid Inspector², it is indeed a valid solid, and well in my opinion it looks ok
I tried without all the holes and while it lowers the amount of failures, many are still present, so the problem isn’t limited to them (though they might have too many edges considering the size).
I tried looking at the .stl in sketchup, it doesn’t look that great but I feel like editing an .stl file in sketchup and then exporting it once again isn’t the right way.
As anyone experience with this particular 3d printing service and how to get to pass their manufacturability test?
For reference, here is my current file