Can't Blender or FreeCad open and repair them? They are both freeware, so that might be worth a try?
Thanks for the replies.
I've tried https://makeprintable.com/ and the site looked promising, very slick but their default settings removed all of the detail from the Object.
Josh from the site has been in contact and says they'll be adding in option sliders to make the process better, I'll keep an eye on it.
I've also tried meshmixer and blender but so far haven't hit on the right options to fix the shells. Lack of time to read up in details so if you have a quick "how to" available it would be greatly appreciated.
meshlab. That's pretty much all it does. It's free and has hundreds of great features. Google how to use it to fix models. It depends on what type of problem you want to fix but it doesn them all.
in Meshmixer: Analysis --> Inspector.
If there are defects shown with colored balls, you can click them according to color (look up the color scheme, it is like, pink are loose parts, red and blue are more substantial defects) or fix all with one button click.
Meshlab and Blender are great but much more complicated to learn because of the amount of possibilities.
https://makeprintable.com/ could be a option?
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