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I have a 3D model which i want to 3D print, it has a face and a hair mesh which i initially joined to export a single PLY format mesh to 3D color printing. But then i noticed that the face and the hair (which both can be separated again easily so don't worry about that) have a gap between them, see: Vertices of hair and face More detailed view:

Gap

What i want to do is to extend the hair so it joins with the face. Is there a way to do that? Something like making new edges to join vertices of both groups of vertices?

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like most things in computer science there's more than one solution

One way would be to do it by hand. Just extend the thing and boolean it. The answer I prefer is to use meshmixer(free) and make solid the two objects. It looks something like this afterwards enter image description here

Is that what the question was about ?

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