I AM TRYING TO REGENERATE A SET OF POLYSURFACES INTO A SINGLE SURFACE SO THAT I CAN PANEL THE WHOLE SURFACE AT ONCE AND IN CONTINUITY. I AM ATTACHING MY RHINO FILE AND A REFERENCE IMAGE TO SHOW HOW I WANT THE PANELS TO BE. APPLIED ON THE SURFACE OF THE BUILDING. BUILDING MODEL.3dm (2.0 MB)
Ok sweet. So, looking at the image, I see the potential for the smooth sections definitely being networked into a single trimmed surface or so. But after looking at the file, I see many areas where there aren’t really any way to network things into a single surface without large deviations of curvature, from the original features. I’m not sure how the image here, and the file, are meant to relate.
Maybe you intend for it to become transformed a bit anyway. I’m just not sure how you might want to transform the features, if at all.
Pascal, is definitely correct, in that the different geometries can’t really become networked into a single surface, without some fairly drastic transformations in curvature deviation, from the originals.
I don’t have enough knowledge of grasshopper functionality. But you might be able to use a mesh format of your geometry to do the paneling you need. And without more knowledge, I could totally be wrong, in assuming grasshopper would be able to panel mesh geometry.
Runnie has the expertise to know what to do here, I believe:
Grasshopper is amazing!