Would be easier to help if you post the gh file with internalized geometry. But to start with, you should change the anchor points to all the naked vertices of the mesh (the outermost vertices). I believe that should give you the desired outcome
currently, since I haven’t figured out how to give all the edges of the mesh strength, it created such weird shape.
changing the anchor points to all the naked vertices of the mesh seems like a good idea to try, I haven’t encountered a tutorial that demonstrates this. Would you mind leaving some notes on how you would do it in the screenshot? or sharing some references? thank you so much!
Can you post the gh file with the internalized surface?
On this forum, it is common practice to post your gh file with internalized data. This saves a lot of time for the people trying to help you and you will also get your solution faster. If you are worried about your intellectual property, you can only post the relevant parts of the script with internalized data.
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Hi Daniel, thank you so much for demonstrating this. I followed your steps in GH file and notice there are several dashed lines, I wonder what is the operation there. Also, when I created the mesh, I dont have as many as control points as your file did. How do you get them?
Thank you for your patience and time in advance
Thank you for the explanation of dashed line, and the tutorials of data trees.
One thing I noticed in your GH file, after the mesh connected to the refine, the defined values changed. When I followed this step, it did not change in my file. Did I miss anything?