Numbering Walls (Mark) by model line path

Hi all,

inspired by this video I thought: I could do that for numbering walls as well. More specific, to set the wall’s Mark parameter.

I have drawn a model line, selected it in Dynamo and have divided it in multiple curves. Then I got the end points of these curves. Of course this is still a work in progress.

  • Now, I would like to create a rectangular surface at every end point perpendicular to the respective curve segment. These surfaces would have a width and height which I can set with an integer slider. Can anyone point me in the right direction as to how to do this in Dynamo?

  • The created surfaces will serve as an interference/cut plane. In the video, Bounding Box was used to find the interfering objects. However, If I recall correctly, bounding box is limited to the x and y of the project. As walls often are not aligned to these axis, could this be a problem? If yes, any solutions?

Thank you all for your great support so far!

Hi Rene, I have a proposition that might seem convulted … but it’s how i’d do it :slight_smile: (dyn file here> rectangles along curve)rect thick