Loft Surfaces

Demonstrates how to create a lofted surface from a set of user-specified curves.

partial class Examples
  public static Result Loft(RhinoDoc doc)
    // select curves to loft
    var gs = new GetObject();
    gs.SetCommandPrompt("select curves to loft");
    gs.GeometryFilter = ObjectType.Curve;
    gs.SubObjectSelect = false;
    gs.GetMultiple(2, 0);
    if (gs.CommandResult() != Result.Success)
      return gs.CommandResult();

    var curves = gs.Objects().Select(obj => obj.Curve()).ToList();

    var breps = Brep.CreateFromLoft(curves, Point3d.Unset, Point3d.Unset, LoftType.Tight, false);
    foreach (var brep in breps)

    return Result.Success;
Partial Friend Class Examples
  Public Shared Function Loft(ByVal doc As RhinoDoc) As Result
	' select curves to loft
	Dim gs = New GetObject()
	gs.SetCommandPrompt("select curves to loft")
	gs.GeometryFilter = ObjectType.Curve
	gs.SubObjectSelect = False
	gs.GetMultiple(2, 0)
	If gs.CommandResult() <> Result.Success Then
	  Return gs.CommandResult()
	End If

	Dim curves = gs.Objects().Select(Function(obj) obj.Curve()).ToList()

	Dim breps = Brep.CreateFromLoft(curves, Point3d.Unset, Point3d.Unset, LoftType.Tight, False)
	For Each brep In breps
	Next brep

	Return Result.Success
  End Function
End Class
import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs

def RunCommand():
    crvids = rs.GetObjects(message="select curves to loft", filter=rs.filter.curve, minimum_count=2)
    if not crvids: return

    rs.AddLoftSrf(object_ids=crvids, loft_type = 3) #3 = tight

if __name__ == "__main__":