Definitely there are many ways to get the answer and I really appreciate everyone sharing their ways of solving the problem.
Given that we are still talking about meshes does anyone has a robust way to consider single points in the mesh creation? The entire reason why I started looking at mesh creation in GH using Delaunay was because it is robust and easy enough to create triangular meshes given any point you have in the geometry.
For example here I have the same previous example but here I am adding some random lines and points that represent columns. For Structural analysis purposes it is very important to have a point where the columns intersects with the surface be part of the mesh.
Using the workflows previously shown the points can be easily added therefore it is relatively easy to add the column points as part of the mesh.
Where this gets really tricky at least for me is when you want to create a quad mesh instead of a triangular mesh. I was testing the new Quad Remesh and I found that the tool is pretty robust and the mesh is pretty nice and uniform, the only drawback that I found was that I cannot add points to the definition to take them into account to create the mesh.
Does anyone has a workflow to deal with this having quad mesh. I know Karamba has an awesome component that lets you consider points to create meshes but it is only for triangular meshes. Quad Mesh.gh (17.8 KB)