I need help with with Grasshopper! I’m trying get a voroni cell pattern on a 3d model surface into ExoWireframe for cell thickening and 3d printing. I’ve attached both my rhino file and grasshopper file, there is also a screenshot showing my rhino model and grasshopper design.
I’ve successfully managed to create a voroni cell pattern on my model using the voroni 3d component with points populated from my 3d model as input. I’ve used the boundary of my 3d model as input into the voroni 3d component so that it treated my entire 3d model as reference for voroni 3d pattern creation. I used a brep I brep intersection between my 3d model and the brep cell output from the voroni 3d component. That produces the voroni 3d pattern I want on the 3d model surface. I would like to take the output curves from this intersection and thicken them using the ExoWireframe component so that I can ultimately 3d print this.
The problem is that the output of the intersection are polyline curves and the input for ExoWireframe needs to be lines. I’ve trying exploding the output curves from the brep intersection component, I’ve tried removing duplicate lines in Rhino and Grasshopper, I’ve tried converting the curves in Rhino to lines using the Convert command, I’ve used multipipe successfully but there are too many overlaps in the cells and I’d prefer the control of ExoWireframe. I’ve tried using Topologizer to clean up and organize the input in preparation for ExoWirefram - I’ve tried a lot of different tools in intersection, Lunchbox, Curves and within Rhino to convert them so they can be accepted into ExoWireframe but nothing has worked. I’d appreciate any insights you might have into this!