Form multiple meshes from groups of points

Hi All,

There might be a plug-in/tool that does this already, but so far I haven’t found one.

I have several curves, on different planes, split into a series of segments.
I would like to use the end points of these segments to form mesh elements (ideally quad, but they also have to be triangular where the curves meet).

I’ve attached an example to explain what I’m trying to achieve.
In the example I have two straight and planar curves but for some of the applications I’m working on, the curves won’t be on the same plane and won’t be straight either. The way these are divided still applies (i.e.: same number of segments on each curve).

I tried to do it by extracting the end points for each element and using ConstructMesh.
It works for the first element when selecting just 4 points, but I haven’t managed to replicate this for the next group of points.

Any help would be much appreciated!

export rhino.3dm (35.0 KB)

test (13.4 KB)

Have a look at the attachment.

test (30.8 KB)

Hi HS_Kim,

That’s brilliant thanks! I installed Weaverbird and tested your GH file.

Do you know if there’s a way to create independent meshes, something similar to this: