#DesignScript Curve Translation,Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18- Code to Node to Code

Hi Everyone:

This is the eighteenth in a series of thirty-two DS file translations and the fourth in a series of six Solid-Slice file types. The file Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane .ds is located in the DesignScript Editor (DSE) Sample files.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane-ds#18

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane-ds#18

Open the file Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane .ds in the DS Editor and run it, The  script is shown below.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane.ds#18

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane.ds#18

Now open DS Studio, and paste the DSE script, Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane .ds, into a blank canvas.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#a18

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#a18

Note the commenting out which must be deleted in order to activate the code.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#a18-edited

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#a18-edited

Now commenting out the “(import(ProGeometry.dll)” script as highlighted above must be added. It can now be run as a Code Block of script, before the translation to Nodes takes place.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18

The preliminary translation is shown above, while the developed translation is shown below.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18a

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18a

The red and yellow highlighted areas match the description and properties layout that is given to the script in the initial DS Editor *.ds file.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18b

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18b

Continuing with the “Node to Code” operation above, The geometry that results from the code(s) is shown below.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane-Graphic Window

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane-Graphic Window

Liberty was taken with adding additional colors and to give them transparency as shown above in the graphic window. DSS was run as a stand-alone application and the files are available to download from the DropBox links below.

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#a18

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18a

Geometry.Solid.Slice.UsingPlane#18b

Thanks for looking.

T!M

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