I realize this is a ridiculous question, so please forgive in advance.
Would it be possible to generate a 10m x 10m grid at CONUS scale, without any non-square polygons at the Grid Zone Junctions (GZJs)? The desired result would have all GZJs removed from the USNG, and could be served to the web as a vector tile layer. Instead of slivers or polygons at the GZJs, the desired result would look like a fishnet containing perfect squares throughout.
I don't think just generating a fishnet would accomplish this result, because generating 10m x 10m fishnet vector polygons would be significantly computationally burdensome. My question then, is do you think this gird be produced at CONUS-scale without creating some kind of monster vector shapefile? I can't use rasters to solve this problem, as the grid cells are designed to be attributed with multiple variables.
Again, I understand this doesn't really make sense, but I was wondering if anyone had any bright ideas as to how this might be accomplished.