I came across a phenomenal command the other day: SrfPtGrid. I tried finding the C# command for it, but the closest thing I got was AddSrfPtGrid() in RhinoScript (which I don’t use) and CreateThroughPoints() (which doesn’t allow me to specify which points are a row of u points). Is there another method that I’m not aware of, or is there a way to make my own SrfPtGrid method in C#, or is this the right command? If it’s the right command, then how can I specify a single row of u points and not have it figure it out on its own?
I should add: a row of u points may not be planar, and the whole point set is not 2 dimensional.
If none of that made sense, my end goal is to generate a 3D array of points (I already made the code for that), then (using C#, and without using Patch or NetworkSurface) generate the desired surface through it. Some point sets may not have static u or v values, so this command may not work; I’m just looking for a way to generate a surface from any 3D of points without using Patch.