I’m trying to subdivide a surface, more specifically just a simple cylindrical surface.
So we already know the surface has constant curvature, nothing irregular or special.
Apparently, the subsurfaces do not have the same area.
I wonder why, because I actually expect them to be approximately equal, at least with far less deviations as I’m experiencing.
No problem with a simple plane surface though.
Does anyone have a clue why this is actually the case, and more importantly how to solve this issue and actually divide a curved surface into equal subsurfaces?
P.S.: I’ve tried to do a subdivision with paneling tools inside grasshopper, but this not really efficient, although the cells seem to be far more equal.
unequal subsurfaces.gh (14.2 KB)