Hello everyone, I’m trying to create an extrusion that follows the direction of a vector and that, at the same time, rotate/closes inwards within a well-defined angle without, however, any success (in the attached image I represented what I would do).
At first, I tried with an offset of the starting geometry (a very simple hexagon) by translating it along the direction of the vector, then I connected the two hexagonal geometry (the basic one and the offset one) and I obtained, at least visually, what I would like to represent. The problem born when I want do the exact same thing but defining a draft angle (due to printability issues where a minimum of 5° is required).
Is there any command that allows me to create an extrusion along a vector with a defined draft angle (as show in the picture)?
Alternatively, if a specific command doesn’t exist, what could be the best way that could allow me, later, to change the draft angle?
Please help me, I’m stucked for days with this problem and I just dont know how to get out from it!
I attached both a .jpg containing a simplified representation of what I would like to obtain, and the .gh file with an intuitive example of what I got.
Thanks for the attention
example.gh (7.6 KB)