thank you for the code! But i am struggling to get the equal length. what is meant by "bake then select top and bottom row"?
what do you mean with top and bottom row?
Thank you in advance!
"I like to just extrude both curves on their respective planes and use the BBX (Brep|Brep) intersection component on them. Might take a little longer to calculate, but the result will be identical to Rhino's Crv2View."
"thanks david, the point with the multiple AP is clear now but it seems that the size of the cloth varies when modifying the AP even though the initial mesh is the same...??? i don´t want to formfind for each AP-setup a new cloth with a…"
"The problem is that your anchor points don't line up with your mesh vertices...all anchor points need to line up with the geometry/springs/forces you're using, otherwise there's nothing for them to anchor."
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"This method produces the same result as the rhino command (depending on the number of division points)
In the example above, the yellow highlighted curve is the rhino command.
1) Divide one curve
2) intersect the other curve with xz…"
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