Thanks! I’ve actually been working on it for a little more, and I will say I tried keeping the parts hollow, but this script is supposed to work on everything, and we have a warehouse and other tall and wide roofed buildings in which it just won’t work. The graph needs to be one size fits all, because my boss wants it so our designers don’t have to enough know how dynamo works and run the program and it work every time, print time is a lesser priority, but if I get to print some on my own I’ll definitely keep that in mind. Also, with what you said on windows, I think I’ll just not export them so I don’t have to deal with all the differences like thickness and edges.
Also, can you show me what you mean by Mesh Toolkit and Spring nodes? I have 0 idea how to use them really, though I’ll experiment.
I currently have a different problem - the space between the roof and ceiling is hollow, and the printer cannot handle the slope very well. Is there a way to fill in the gap in between the roofs and ceilings every time? Especially with roofs, there is not really a one size fits all solution that I’ve found, but if you have any idea how this might be possible, let me know. I’ve tried making poly surfaces and extracting solid, but that doesn’t work. Is there a node that lets you create a geometry in between 2 different geometries? Either Room - Roof or Ceiling - Roof, but I only have 1 weeks worth of experience in Dynamo.
One more thing - sometimes the roofs are lower than the room, so a corner of the room sticks out of the roof. Is there a way to use difference to just keep the inside part of the room and make the roof a kind of boundary? I couldn’t think of how to use the logic correctly to do that