generative modeling for Rhino
You could probably cull the line-like items simply by attending at their string name:
if (input=='line-like) then Cull
Can you post the file?
Basically I'm using a voronoi cluster on a spherical shape, I want just the outside shell lines this way I can use those lines to split the surface of the sphere. I dont want all the inside voronoi stuff. So I figured since any lines inside the voronoi pattern are always straight I could somehow remove straight lines and keep only arched ones. I need a way to work for all closed freeform curved breps. essentially I will start with a sphere but mold it maybe in rhino or in GH. Maybe you can help me solve it this way of removing straight pieces or maybe you know a better way to go about it all together.
You will need this cluster:http://www.grasshopper3d.com/forum/topics/3d-voronoi-4
P.S. also I noticed when I use brep components (explode) I get an extra edge which is the line of the sphere, I have pulled out and labeled it in my definition, I need a way to make that go away easier as well if possible.
My list has planar curves and line like curves, I want to cull out or remove the line like curves.
I was just responding to your original post.
So would i type "line-like"
No, you want "Line-like"
Great tip, thanks.
I tried out the above defination, but i cannot get the F(x) to work with Contains(x,"Planar) since this is also an older threat is their got any change to the way u make F(x) ?
To get the opposite, i.e. Does not contain(x,"Planar Curve)
What would you write in the function for the opposite? "Does not contain", a long shot, does not work.
Almost Taylour. It's:
Not Contains(x, "Planar")
Not is a keyword that inverts a boolean. Thus, True becomes False and False becomes True.