I have a scan file, that is just half of original and in bad condition. I need to do correct body with mirror another half. First, that this part does not have the correct position in working field regarding the placard and the axis.
Second, does not have the correct surface. I need to restore and later to do mirror.
I attached STL file and photos for better understanding. If somebody have expierence and can help me, I will be very gratful.
First of all, and most importantly, make sure you are on ST10. ST9 and earlier can do nothing with faceted data like you get from scans, but ST10 introduced a lot of tools and kernel work to allow you to work with these types of models.
I haven't got ST10 on a production machine to do a video, but to tidy it up I would;
Hopefully that makes sense to you. As far as I know, ST10 and synchronous are essential to what you want to do, so you must be using them. Other than that look at the ST10 help and marketing videos about the new tools to get an idea of how to use them.
Alex is correct, but it's not necessary to use sync template. you can use normal and simply "move to sync" if you've already opened and began to edit it.
I know this metods, but this model is like stone, rock, without correct plane. How to cut and create new planes, that later I cam move with wheel and rotate