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RhinoScript – Working on trimmed surfaces


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  • 3. (Jan 16, 2009 11.16):

    many thanks for your reply hanno
    i will try my best
    one more question
    do you know of any information
    refering to dynamic relaxation
    directly relating to rhinoscript?
    i get what your document is saying
    i just don't get dynamic relaxation.

  • 2. Hanno (Jan 16, 2009 05.03):


    working with trimmed surfaces in a script is not the easiest thing to do, because trimming does not change the surface parameterization and thus all the u-v-methods do not recognize the trimming.
    The document you found presents an approach to this problem I did in university one year ago (in short: push the outermost point onto the trimmed border and rearrange the inner points to form a fairly consistent grid), but after I got it working to build an example model (see gallery) I went on to other things, so there is no general script I could provide...

    Good luck with your project!


  • 1. (Jan 15, 2009 14.21):

    hi i'm doing a project where i need to subdivide or treat different parts
    of the same skin in different ways.
    i found a document posted only talking about trimmed surfaces and how to
    force points back onto the surface after cutting but there is some terms in
    it i am not clear on.
    could somebody help me please i need to understand this issue i have finals in
    1 week... yikes!
    please help

    best regards


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