waffle 2/7


here select specific lines on our grid and extrude them into planes so we can get sections of our geometry

2 Responses to waffle 2/7

  1. John says:

    having the same problem as deniz – using version .8.0066 –
    i understand that a dashed line means multiple values are being passed through multiple branch levels.

    the definition works until i list the brep planes – this is what i get when i hover over the list:

    12 locally defined values…

    {0;0;0;0;0;0;0} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;0;0;0;0} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;1;0;0} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;1;0;0;1} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;2;0;0} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;2;0;0;2} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;3;0;0} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;3;0;0;3} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;4;0;0} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;4;0;0;4} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;5;0;0} (N = 1)
    {0;0;0;0;5;0;0;5} (N = 1)

    any help would be sincerely appreciated, thank you…

  2. deniz says:

    Guys i have a problem at the last function. When i tie the E of the Planar and the C of the Sec together. The line between them becomes a dashed line. So i guess there is sth wrong but i could not find it. Can you help me to understand what is wrong ? Because i have double checked everything is exactly the same except the grasshopper version. At least please explain what does the dashed lines in grasshopper means?

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