Hi, I am trying to perform the MeshBooleanSplit operation from a python script. When i try and run the program an error is kicked out:
Message: unable to convert 80c83d4d-c642-4e57-8cf7-e67e76f1d659 into Mesh geometry
I think this is because the input objects are Polysurfaces and not meshes. So my questions are:
- Is there a way to use the MeshBooleanSplit function with a polysurface like if you call it in the command window?
- If q1 is not possible is there a way to convert a polysurface to a mesh?
Any help would be really appreciated!!
My script is below:
import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs def testObject(): v1 = (-0.5,-0.5,0) v2 = (0.5,-0.5,0) v3 = (0.5,0.5,0) v4 = (-0.5,0.5,0) v5 = (-0.5,-0.5,1) v6 = (0.5,-0.5,1) v7 = (0.5,0.5,1) v8 = (-0.5,0.5,1) b1 = rs.AddBox([v1,v2,v3,v4,v5,v6,v7,v8]) return b1 def splitPlane(): v1 = (-1,-1,0) v2 = (1,-1,0) v3 = (1,1,0) v4 = (-1,1,0) p1 = rs.AddSrfPt([v1,v2,v3,v4]) rs.MoveObject(p1,[0,0,0.5]) return p1 def splitObs(arg1,arg2): rs.MeshBooleanSplit(arg1,arg2) p1 = splitPlane() b1 = testObject() splitObs(b1,p1)