I would really appreciate if someone could help me to find a script, to place objects on x,y,z coordinates, which should be perpendicular to a curve.

The x,y,z coordinates will come from csv-file

I would need some more information in order to help you.

What exactly is the desired result? what kind of “objects” are you placing?

Is the curve also defined in the csv file?

Could you upload your definition so far or add more images /sketches of what you want to achieve?

In general, you can use the “perp frame” component to get perpendicular planes on a curve.

If I understand you correctly you could then use the xyz-coordinate to create a perp-frame on the curve that also includes the xyz-coordinate. From there you could orient and move the geometry to the desired position.

Thanking for your quick reply.

*What exactly is the desired result?* The result is to add some squared signs (objects) to coordinates, which are placed on a certain distance to a centerline.

*what kind of “objects” are you placing?* Squared signs, which I have “breped”

*Is the curve also defined in the csv file?* Curve is not defined in the csv file*

*Could you upload your definition so far or add more images /sketches of what you want to achieve?* Yes sure.

*In general, you can use the “perp frame” component to get perpendicular planes on a curve.*

*If I understand you correctly you could then use the xyz-coordinate to create a perp-frame on the curve that also includes the xyz-coordinate. From there you could orient and move the geometry to the desired position.*

I have made a script attached hereby, where **“perp frame”** was intended to use, but it resulted in other methods. Would you be able to guide me through perp frame function, for my case?

Thanks

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