You will never be able to predict the exact order the pieces will come out after a cut. The best thing is to order them after the cut itself to get the right order, for example in this case just sort by z coordinate.
I’ve used this technique before but in a different context which is why I didn’t think about it (I thought it was a tree issue…).
Thanks for your helping bit though! Google couldn’t find your link during my quick search… I just dont have time to read and keep up with all the forum bits lately… This is not my real job, just a hobby. Im working on a multi-relational multi-dimentional data multi-tiered-storage architecture automation with a deadline to meet (and they just threw 120TBs more in the soup) that keeps me busy - talk about sorts from hell!
This was my way of relaxing since weather is shite to go play golf, you didn’t have to bother since i had the answer but thanks anyway.
Next is creating cavities in these slices to accommodate weights inside this multi-laminate golf club design to keep the regulation weights and balance… Still have lots of hoops to go through. I’ll look forward to your kangaroo tips in the near future…
I fully agree. I wish i was more active/proficient as you.
My 35 years of scripting guru skills barely translate in GH but i still I love the non-scripting way (i kind of refuse to code for this - but i see the benefits for the pro’s among you). It’s just a bit convoluted sometimes, know what i mean?