Creating a quad mesh

Is there a way to generate a quad mesh using ‘n’ iso-curves of a given reference surface? Each of these curves would be sampled with ‘m’ points, and these sampled points would serve as the vertices for the quad mesh.

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Hi Kanika - no, not that I know of. An untrimmed surface should be able to be meshed to quads however with some predictability by only specifying minimum grid quads. These will be divided evenly in U and V by number and not distance, however.

-Pascal

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It can be done in Grasshopper with some bookkeeping to create the quad vertex indices.

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