There are a variety of issues,
starting with my distraction,
I failed to pay proper attention.
I should have configured my help with knowledge of these numbers I had no knowledge of.
the file I gave you was a mess, and still is, just less messy - got rid of unnecessary stuff.
unnecessary stuff also includes ultra small fragments along edges, inevitably resulting from splitting hexagons:
If you already have a result in mind,
and know kangaroo can handle it real-time (gh doesn’t like it, though).
So what you can do is:
- configure your architecture first,
for example, the ‘scale’ for the offset panel ‘border’, which can end up being too thin:
- simulate (set to yes):
jk it won’t simulate!
however if you are okay ‘waiting’ a bit,
you should obtain ‘something’!
Using the zombie solver in this case:
Took that amount of time on this computer when set to 25k iterations - can’t say it will take less or more or infinite on yours.
some panels get sacrificed:
I’m actually surprised most panels along the edge get ‘inflated’,
as their mesh beauty is definitely beneath Kangaroo’s taste:
Kangaroo likes remeshed meshes, but my grasshopper doesn’t care:
…which means it’s the end (for now) of my help!
mshtosrf2.gh (172.1 KB)