Yes, you can use the Rhino commands, and you can do the following:
1- extract one isocurve in the v dir
2- divide curve by number
3- use ExtractIsoCurve again and snap to the divide points to create your curves
4- use ptGriUCurves (you…"
Thank you so much for responding :)
1. The isocurve extraction would be manual using the
ExtractIsocurve command in Rhino-yes?
2. I'm very new to grasshopper-know very little about it, but i will try…"
One approach that I can see work best in this case is to extract evenly spaced isocurves in the u or v direction, then use those to create your paneling grid using ptGriUCurves command. You can create the grid in GH (see attached), bake…"
Hey All!I'm attempting to get my custom 3d shape to array in nice straight rows across a surface.I've inclosed a fille for your review showing two ways i attempted to do this.Using sweep 2, i've carefully built 4 profile curves and have two elipses as the rail curves.It is desirable for fabrication reasons that the surface pass thru the profiles and rails to insure dimensional accuracy-particularly the small ellipse with its 31'x51' overall dimensions.Unfortuneately, the surface is still a…See More