The question in this post does not require you to have Wasp. It is a basic mesh and grasshopper question. (Wasp is fun though! Get it!)
The baked result I got, after running a ghpython compontent that does _addngonstomesh, look like this:
Each pentagonal prism is a single mesh object.
What I’m trying to do is combine all of the prisms into a single volume by exploding, deleting the adjoining duplicate faces, and re-joining.
MeshBooleanUnion in Rhino doesn’t work, because I want to maintain the Ngon exterior faces shown. The end goal is to convert to SubD after rejoining. Ideally it can all be done in grasshopper.
How do I find the duplicate faces and cull the duplicate faces and the originals?
Here is the geometry in a teeny grasshopper file: Wasp One Volume Test.gh (197.3 KB)
Here is the entire definition, originally from the tutorial with a few components added, including the ghpython component linked to above: Andrea Rossi Wasp Tutorial Tweaked.gh (222.0 KB)