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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

New to Rhino and Grasshopper so this question may seem naive to some of you.

 

How can I turn a Surface using surface offset into a solid?  I know it can be done in Rhino, just trying to figure out how to do it in grasshopper.

 

Thank you.

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With what command exactly?

there's an app for rhino called peacock, there's a component called "surface offset solid" try that?
i'm a newbie, so i dont have much knowledge as of now. but i hope it helps

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By the way, this cluster lofts edges so it will handle surfaces with holes:

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Awesome, i've been looking for over a week to get this done. Thanks a lot!

Alternatively with wireframe.

Post the code please?

Weird. Thought I did. Prolly hit Add Reply too soon. Anyway here it is.

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Cool but it fails to handle a list of surfaces?

Sorry, I am in C# brain mode where things like that would loop. Here is for multi. However it is not any more beneficial than what you are already doing, just providing another option. 

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I'm not trying to be a pain but your code fails when the input has branches (or is just grafted) - gotta watch those data trees!

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Well. Gh defs aren't really supposed to cover every case. Usually you make the def for what you know you need to do. I didn't see anyone ask for it to work like that. In the case of working for all cases better to just script it.

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