I am interested in converting solid objects produced by an architect into line objects for use in structural analysis. For this I would like to identify the principal axes of Breps. This information is clearly calculated by “VolumeMoments”, but is not made available in RhinoCommon (which I am using with Python). Would it be possible to make these principal moments and principal axes available?
This was previously requested here in the Grasshopper developer section and some solutions were offered. However, I am looking to apply this to lots of elements, so I want it to be as fast as possible. Since the information has already been calculated, it seems that it should not be too much trouble to make it available.