Membrane models

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The input of a membrane model is a set of points defined typically in several z-slices of a tomogram. Through the workflow specific for this model geometry, Dynamo will create a smooth continuous surface that represents the membrane. The output is a set of crop points and orientations. Each orientation will point in the direction of the outwards normal. The membrane model needs to have a center defined, which is merely used to defined the laterality of the surface (which side is "inward" and which side is "outward" )

Workflow description

  1. Creation of control points.
  2. Creation of a supporting mesh
  3. Refinement of the supporting mesh
  4. Creation of the cropping mesh


Workflow on the command line