algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Hope you get the idea with this problem:
1) I have 5 values for 5 circles, each one is different radius, like this list here that shows: 1,2,3,4,5 ok
2) I want to have a constant value in between each circle's border, let us say 1.0
3) So, the curve will end up with 5 points, in each point will have a circle, each circle will have a different Radius, but the distance in between the borders of each circle is always the same = 1.0 in this case.
4) The end result list here would be like this to evaluate a curve with these values and find the points on the curve:
List = 1, 5, 11, 19 etc If I use these values to eval a line, I will get the perfect points where I can draw the circles.
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Is the curve always a line?
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David Rutten
david@mcneel.com
Poprad, Slovakia
I put a Boolean False to the Curve Eval, this way it works 100% and I can go to sleep now! :-)
Thanks Danny
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