Hi there,

I’m trying to calculate the right angle to rotate two planes (purple lines are the rotating axes) that they will intersect in a specific place (green line).

Maybe somone can explain me the maths behind this problem.

Thanks

Jan

Hi there,

I’m trying to calculate the right angle to rotate two planes (purple lines are the rotating axes) that they will intersect in a specific place (green line).

Maybe somone can explain me the maths behind this problem.

Thanks

Jan

I’m seeing that both planes are intersecting on the RED line.

Yes, but I want them to intersect in green line. Current intersection (red line) is random.

`Rotate3d`

lets you specify an axis and snap to points projected into the plane of rotation

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Hello- making new planes using the `Plane`

>3Point option seems like the right way to find these planes.

pt 1 = the intersection of the two rotation axes, pt 2 along the axis, pt 3 on the green line. `Orient3Pt`

would do similar.

FindIntersectingPlanes.3dm (70.9 KB)

@jllibera i f that is not sorted out,can you please post your objects in a Rhino file?

-Pascal