i have a set of curves (horizontal and vertical in black) and i would like to connect them as showed in the picture (with the blue curve). There is some command that do it automatically in grasshopper ?
Shapes could be whatever, not just square or round objects
could Join curves work for you?
You can then maybe use Elefront to select the curves from the layers in Rhino, rather than select them manually.
Hi, thank you for your reply, but I would like to create the blue curves with grasshopper using the black curves.
In the picture i attached, I drew the blu line by myself in Rhino to show what i needed.
Connect Curves with ‘G’ input set to ‘Position’ (using right-click). But this requires alternate curves to be flipped first so their end / start points are near each other.
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No. Most things in grasshopper require explicit instructions.
You can use my plugin Nautilus to fill a shape with parallel lines in a continuous curve.
Some weeks ago I began my journey in the 3d printing world.
The main job was to generate 3d printer paths from closed curves which represent the intersection between a slice (plane or not) and a solid.
The paths must be a single curve, which means the extruder never stop to extrude during the print.
The results are very similar from what is presented here
and on this paper “Connected Fermat Spirals for Layered Fabrication”
The main tool is Offset from Clipper but there are many optimizatio…
Thank you! I add to modified a little bit your code but it worked!
Thanks to everyone