...and I'd like to rearrange the order in which the curve are listed, to something like this:
I hope this makes sense.
Thank in advance for any advice,
fset the original curve in Z axis.
4) Offset my 3rd curve in the Y axis.
5) Divide al the curves into equal segments.
6) Use a cull pattern with "Tue False-False True" Booleans.
7) Connect the culled points.
8) Pipe around the curves.
I dont´s know why my conections go from point 1 to point 2, and instead of keep going from point 2 to point 3, it starts back on point 3 to point 4.
I´m sending the image of what I´m getting, the image of what I want to get, and the definition in case anyone can help me modifying some parameters or components. Thanks!…
e a list of coordinates which I need to sort in groups as per a series of numbers in another list. Both are txt files which I'm reading to bring a series of points in but those points are generated with a corresponding index.
Of course the lists are not sorted in any way, but the numbers are corresponding so it looks like a series of 9, 6, 7, 2, 8, 0, 9, 5, 6, 4, 2, 3, 8, 5, 5, 6, 9, 4 in one file( and series of (X, Y, Z) coordinates in the other.
The question is how can I make it to sort the list and then split it per index... if it is possible... or should I just do this in excel and bring clean lists in?
My idea, if it works, is use the series of points to generate paths and work with them.
I'll attach the lists just if it helps making a clear idea.
Any advice will be very welcome.…
a longer approach based on Brep / Plane intersection because the Brep / Brep or Region Intersection only works if the surfaces cross.
To find the unique cases in which the surfaces intersect, I am using the [Cross Reference] set at diagonal and culling the surfaces that are coplanar.
The problem comes when I wan't to relate the given intersection, with the corresponding surface. I think, the intersections should be four and at paths: 8, 17, 19, 29. But there are 8 intersections, and more importantly I have no idea why gh is outputting those paths.