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In general terms, a mesh is a material made from interlaced wires or threads. Meshes may be used in the construction industry for fencing, reinforcement (such as rebar), as a substrate in composite materials and so on.
Applied digital documentation In the historic environment, published on 19 March 2018 by Historic Scotland, states: ‘In the context of 3D data, a mesh refers to polygonal geometry generated directly from point cloud data.’
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