algorithmic modeling for Rhino
When I "bake" curves generated with different kinds of grids, sometimes depending on grid density or structure, result of baking causes lines to overlap.
Is there possible to remove or unify overlapping lines with grasshopper?
This needs to be done for laser cutting, so laser wont cut same area several times etc.
Helpful comment also. Thanks :)
Learned couple things today.
Decided to apply the cutting tool simulation to the tool paths generated by 'Join' curves, mentioned earlier. The results are VERY INTERESTING, chaotic and different from the sequential order of the Anemone loop! And vary greatly depending on grid dimensions.
More controls (see image below):
Here is the 25 X 11 grid in the OP, with seven colors:
By the way, you don't need to wait for the "cutting tool path simulation" to see this pattern; it is available before the nested loops start. In re-organized code, the preview at "(1)" is static, before the simulation; it is hidden to see the simulation. The preview at "(2)" is the simulation, which traces each tool path and then reveals each one piped.
Hi Joseph Oster, thank you for sharing! I used your Anemone solution for my project! :)