i create by multiple 26 rectangles then i loft then i divide isotrim
So what i need all 260 surfaces are in one branch i want to separate branches by the number of floors i have
i have used many time dispatch and now i see in this project i don’t know hot to change direction
It looks like your surfaces are sorted and there are 10 per floor so this should work.
Thank you Kevin
and what about dispatch how i can change direction from z to x or y i have try with flip matric but its not possible
I don’t understand what you’re trying to accomplish, can you explain.
Also if you want further help, please post a grasshopper file with internalized geometry.
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my question is how to change the direction of Dispatch like Dispatch working with True False
i have a Tower and I want dispatch to select panels by y direction, not z , CHange direction
we use i for many projects and when i needed to change i used Flip or Reserve
i will send the project and you will understand what im asking
Here’s your original panels (in a list). After passing through the
Dispatch you get panels alternating in the y-direction.
After passing the list of panels through the
Partition List component you have panels grouped by z-direction. Then passing these panels through a Dispatch component you get panels alternating in the y-direction.
If you take the panels that are grouped by z-direction and pass them through a
Flip Matrix component and then through a Dispatch component you get panels alternating in the z-direction.
Panel Building_re.gh (23.9 KB)
Dispatch component just splits a list between the 2 outputs using the pattern you supply ( by default and in your file). True, False
thank you very much Kevin