"Hello Zac, At this time, RhinoNest doesn't fill inside holes. My recommendation is you place them manually and group them. Then, it will do the nesting all the circles together.
It is in our TO DO list. I hope it will be available in the next…"
Hello, I'm new to the forum and I need to know if there is any way automatically organize a series of "rings" concentric without wasting space inside. Thank you very much. Sorry for my English.See More
Hi Rafael,I have a slightly odd result coming from my remap component in gh. Some of the elements are standing upright, rather than lying down on their largest face. And they are also stacked across each other, rather than spreading out in a row.I have baked the same objects and re-mapped them in rhino and they come out fine. Is there something I can do to correct this?Many thanksJack MunroSee More
"Thanks so much for your reply. Unifying the groups did indeed solve the issue of the groups breaking apart upon nesting. I am back to the issue of part overlap, however, which seemed to be solved prior to the problem of groups…"
Rhino supports multiple levels of groups, and RhinoNest uses the top group.
Please may you execute the command RhinoNestUnifyGroups, it will unify the groups to the top group. It doesn't modify the geometry, just set the object…"
I just installed RhinoNest on another computer in my office and have been receiving an error message every time that I load Rhino. Once I hit ok, Rhino loads and the RhinoNest pull down menu appears in the menu bar. I can open a window to select objects and change the settings, but once I try to execute the nest, Rhino crashes. Any ideas? Thanks,Colin Error Messages…See More