I designed a lattice structure for my dissertation. I need to divide or tessellate this model into smaller parts for printing. I attached similar projects that show what I want to do. Is there any way to make it in Grasshopper? Can you help me, please?

I could create lattice structures but want to split them into smaller parts, as in the examples. I had better share the model consisting of lattice curves. If anyone can split it, then I can do multipipe again.

to explain a bit.
you have 3240 voxels that comprise radially symmetric object, with 6 axes of symmetry. meaning each part has 3240 / 6 = 540 voxels. we partition the list using 540.

we partition it again with 540 / 6 = 90 â†’ so we get blocks of 90 voxels.

to explain a bit. each row has 18 voxels, so we create a tree with 5 lists of 18 voxels. we transpose (flip) that list so we get 18 rows of 5 voxels. we flatten that list, and we partition so we get 2 lists of 45 voxels. you can also get 3 lists of 30 voxels, 6 lists of 15, and so on.

Thank you, Adel. You helped me a lot. I want to ask a last question: Is it possible to merge the voxels in a brep as a single geometry or twisted box without internal sections? How can we do that?