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I was trying to clean up the geometry of letter "N" after I converted it from text to mesh.

But the mesh of letter "N" disappears after I apply the Remesh modifier.
Making Octree Depth higher did not make the mesh reappear.

Q: Does anyone know the best way to clean up the geometry of a mesh?

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The Remesh Modifier requires a mesh with surface curvature, which a completely planar model doesn't have. You could add a Solidify Modifier before the Remesh Modifier to make it work properly. This is also suggested by the manual:

The input mesh should have some thickness to it. If the input is completely flat, add a Solidify Modifier above the Remesh one.

If you're only interested in having planar geometry, you could delete the extruded part of the letter after applying the modifiers.

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For this modifier object has to be a 3D. Your N is only 2D.

To clean up go to edit mode, select all vertices and press X > Limited Dissolve.

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Or select all vertices and press F (Make Face)

For more info https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/latest/modeling/meshes/editing/basics/deleting.html

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