Thanks for sharing Aidan Newsome. Lots of useful advice. I just got into 3D printing and intend to do it directly from Archicad. I am starting from small samples/components. I haven't printed anything yet, but already face issues when running the process on my Simplify3D slicer. To explain the issue, I am giving example outlined in the workflow below:
3D view of Bathtub25 in AC 25 > Convert Selection to Morph(s) > Check Solidity > Warning: The current selection contains one or more non-solid Morphs > Solidify > Warning: One or more Morphs in the selection could not be solidified.
I get corrupted print on slicing software with the bathtub saved to .obj or .stl (with or without converting it to Morph). I understand the object needs to be solidified to overcome the issue. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.