I’m using Rhino 6 with a model that contains several instances of different blocks.
For analysis purposes, I’m trying to export the informations of each block in an Excel spreadhseet.
I found this script that works well : https://github.com/mcneel/rhino-developer-samples/blob/6/rhinoscript/ExportBlocksToExcel.rvb
But I’m trying to implement new columns, and the most important would be the volume that I would like to get from each block.
I tried to use the Rhino.SurfaceVolume command that returns an array, but that does not work on a Block, it has to be used on a closed polysurface.
I’m quite new at RhinoScript, so I tried to do it with Rhino.command lines : Select Object, then Rhino.Command("_-Volume")
This sounds like something that could work (even if I think it’s poorly written) but I’m wondering if there is a way to cath the output of this last line ?
Differently from this solution, do you have suggestions on how I could work this out ?
Thanks a lot,