CurveBoolean tolerance

Hi there,

I’m wondering if there’s a way to have an adjustable tolerance for this command so that when I select regions to CurveBoolean, that it will ‘jump the gaps’ in a similar way to how Illustrator can do this with the Paint Bucket tool?

Best,
Jeremy

It might help for others to understand what you are trying to do by providing an image showing what you are after.

No, I don’t think so. I think you need to have all the curves at least touching/crossing within the file absolute tolerance to be able to form closed regions. You could of course lower the tolerances temporarily to be bigger than the largest gap, but that’s playing with fire - first, you don’t know how exactly Rhino will connect those and second, if you forget to set it back to a correct tolerance later, you will likely create inaccurate geometry.

Hi Siemen, yea, should have done this at the start.


If I was to click within this region, CurveBoolean wouldn’t work because it’s not 100pc closed. But if there was a method like as is seen in illustrator’s gap options, it would likely be useful.


CHeers

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Hi Jeremy - we have that feature request on the list as RH-1851.
Thanks,
-wim

Since 2004… :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Hope nobody is holding their breath…
-w

@jdelavaulx
You could try this script - it extends all selected open curves by a length (user input), if you give it a length more than the biggest gap, maybe it will create enough overlaps to close the figure afterward with CurveBoolean.

ExtendCrvsBothEndsLen.py (807 Bytes)

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