Below is a basic start point for custom settings. You will need to do some experimentation with them on your models. If a setting is 0 or 0.0, it is turned off (not taken into a account).
|Maximum aspect ratio
|Maximum edge length
|Maximum distance edge to surface
|Minimum initial grid quads
Refine mesh checked
Jagged seams unchecked
Simple planes unchecked
- The maximum angle method
forces more triangles in sharply curved areas. This way small features
that fall below the max distance number will be subdivided a little. You may be able to get away with a little bigger max distance number
letting the angle setting take over for the smallest objects/features.
- The maximum distance edge to surface method forces Rhino to create a mesh that is no further away from the
surface than the specified value, which is in current file units. It
lets Rhino put fewer polygons in lower detail areas and more polygons in higher detail areas, resulting in a more efficient mesh.
- The minimum initial grid quads setting makes sure the flatter areas have enough polygons to look smooth.