I have a bunch of open curves (see picture). What I want to do is to get rid of all the inside curves and leave the outlines, then join the outlines to make a closed curve and make a surface with them. Is there a quicker way to do this than having to just trace the outline manually.
Hello - is the curves are planar and coplanar then
CurveBoolean wil be the first thing to try.
Let me try that. Thank you!
i know this is old, i came across your post trying to find a python version of this rhinoscript that does what you want quickly. it’'s give you and outline of all your curves in one shot.
save in a reliable place where you won’t delete it, drag and drop on rhino window and you’ll get a command called
CreateOutline.rvb (776 Bytes)
@pascal you wouldn’t happen to have a python version for mac by chance? ty
Hm… I’ll see…
See if this works -
CreateOutline.py (583 Bytes)
To use the Python script use
RunPythonScript, or a macro:
_-RunPythonScript "Full path to py file inside double-quotes"
and with that one i am almost migrating some of my core rvb’s to py for working in mac without getting totally disoriented. thank you!