I am currently designing a a ribbed shell structure, and I came across a problem I could not solve :
I am trying to generate longitudinal curves from the list of points that generate the transversal curves.
As you can see, I can achieve that result by selecting manually every item, however, if i want to increase the density of longitudinal curves, i will need to copy and paste my components which does not seems the right way to do it.
I thought I could find a workaround by splitting my tree into sub-branches based on the number of points or segments for each transversal curves. However I dont know how to split my tree from these data, I was wondering if there was a way to achieve this. (I assume there must be one ?)
Has anyone an idea how to split my tree into subranch base on the data on my cull pattern ?
The results I was expecting to find for my points would be something like
Branch 0 : Subranch 0 and 16
Branch 1 : Subranches 1, 2, 14, 15
Branch 2 : Subranches 3 to 13
Then I think i’ll be abble to pick items and merge them in order to generate my curves
(My end goal is to sort the points by longitudinal curves to generate the polylines)
Thank you for reading
Subdivide tree branches.gh (20.2 KB)