I have an irregular volume, whose cross-section changes in multiple dimensions as you move along it. I’m wanting to be able to use this internal volume to create a changeable structural grid that I can change the frequency and size of columns. I’m not sure of the best way to do this.
My initial thought would be to divide all of the edges by the same number of points, connect the corresponding points of each curve into a polyline, and then from there extrude a profile perhaps in order to create the depth of my structure. However I’m not sure of how to connect point A from line 1 to point A of line 2, etc, as I can only get the points on line 1 to connect to one another, line 2 to one another, etc. The blue lines in the image show how I want to connect them, the red grasshopper lines is how they are connected currently.
I’ve also been having issues with offsetting the surface to create the depth of the wall. I can only seem to offset each face individually rather than offsetting the overall shape, with the corners not being connected as in the image. I can only achieve this with the pufferfish offset surface component and not with the standard grasshopper component (I have removed this component for the sake of sharing the file with those who may not have the plug-in installed).
Any wisdom shared would be very much appreciated
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