I am new to using Blender and wanted to know if this software can serve my purpose before jumping into using it.
I have CT(Computed Tomography)-scanned an object and exported the mesh into a PLY file. However, since this object has other objects inside, this mesh has both internal and external surfaces. However, I would only like to extract the surface area on the outside where it touches the air or delete the internal surfaces.
Because my object seems very complicated, the surface of the outside can often be connected to the internal object as well.
Previously, I have tried Meshmixer to hollow it out however, it did not work as it thinks the internal surface is still a surface.
Is there a way to solve this using Blender?