New to Rhino.
Currently, the options available for a mesh generation are related to estimated number of quadrilaterals, mesh size, etc., but there is no control over the amount of nodes (or spacing) created along the boundary of a poly surface.
Say I have a surface defined by 4 boundary polylines (L1, L2, L3, L4). Is there a way I can subdivide each boundary line by a certain amount of segments and then generate a mesh that will be constructed in such a way to only connect to the boundaries by the segment nodes?.
For each perimeter line (yellow) that make up the polysurfaces, assign spaced tick marks (shown in black). These marks are forced locations where the mesh meets at adjacent plates. Then when the program generates the mesh, the program would create a mesh shown above (in red).
Can this be done in Rhino? Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone.