I'm building a graph to allow us to run some analysis on a sculptural form for which we are designing supports. I'm having issues trying to sub-divide the geometry in Dynamo in order to calculate weights and centroids.

I have a Revit model provided from the architect, which I'm not able to edit in Revit as I believe it is imported geometry from another tool.

So far I've set up my graph to allow me to pick faces in the Revit model to create Dynamo surfaces which I thicken and join in order to be able to calculate the centroid of the element. (All pieces will be made of the same material).

Now we'd like to split up the element into a series of 18" wide strips to determine the weight of each strip. I'm using the Springs SplitRecursively node and it is

Can anyone offer any insight into what I'm messing up here with the way I'm using the SplitRecursively node?

incorrect division.PNG

I have a Revit model provided from the architect, which I'm not able to edit in Revit as I believe it is imported geometry from another tool.

So far I've set up my graph to allow me to pick faces in the Revit model to create Dynamo surfaces which I thicken and join in order to be able to calculate the centroid of the element. (All pieces will be made of the same material).

Now we'd like to split up the element into a series of 18" wide strips to determine the weight of each strip. I'm using the Springs SplitRecursively node and it is

*almost*doing what I want, and I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. It is dividing all the geometry up, but certain segments are all getting grouped together with one strip of the subdivided geometry.Can anyone offer any insight into what I'm messing up here with the way I'm using the SplitRecursively node?

incorrect division.PNG

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