Hi Rajaa; i am sure it worked for me before i just don’t remember where i posted the solution if am not wrong
Using orient to grid but the same problem like lunchbox on the seam curve
i think the problem solved by using Paneling tools and array
dome_ tile_re2.gh (30.6 KB)
Seghier & Rajaa you’ve been a huge help. Cant thank you guys enough!
Is it possible to alter the gh script to have the tiles be more like dome 1 (to make the top tiles less skewed)?
Below is the new version I altered from your file ( dome tile re2 ).
You needed to wrap the grid an extra row (or column) so you have enough grid points to cover the seam.
Just replace the surface with the other one
Thank you i will try that
Could you be more specific in terms of “replacing the surface”? Also when I opened your dome tile re2 gh file there wasn’t a profile curve, I added one from a previous file then noticed that the tiles are intersecting ( see image)…maybe I’m missing something in gh script . I’m wanting to use this file for a cnc machine to create a mold for a fiberglass dome. Thanks again for your help!!!
dome_ tile_re3.gh (26.7 KB)
Awesome! Last thing I want to verify. This is the tile configuration I have when I opened your model (see image)… Is there a way of having the tiles near the top be smaller like in image of Dome 1?
I don’t know, try to use your method like before.
If you want equal tiles that need alot of work
Gotcha… Thanks again for your help!