Another feature I would like to see in Rhino 6 is “Automatic matching of curve/s (ends) to an axis”,
a 2 points reference line could be great. I would have called it “MatchCrvByAxis”
I’ll explain… sometimes you have a situation where you just want to match a line or multiple lines tangent (for example) to a straight line (if it will be a 2 points reference it won’t even have to be paralleled to any world axis).
Here is a trick I came up with a very long time ago, not sure if there is a better/faster way of doing this.
I could create these curves in another way but I assume here that these could even be organic and asymmetric curves.
Take a look at this:
(This is what I’d like to avoid, using lines and matching them one by one:)
So what I was thinking is a command that will match the ends of any curves to a 2 points reference.
if something like that would have been used it could have saved creating a line, copying it, and matching the curves one by one.
more organic surfaces example:
This command could also work for single lines like this for example:
Quickly getting a 90 degrees corner if we’ve liked:
The command could also offer some options for continuity in its options in the command bar.