-base methods by Mateusz Zwierzycki

Name | ID | Description | Type |
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Curve | C | Curve to create pipe along as mesh | Curve |

Radius | R | Radius of the pipe mesh | Number |

Parameters U | u | Division parameters along the curves {u} domain for mesh faces ({u}0.0 = Curve start, {u}1.0 = Curve end) (unless Length is true or Angle is not 0.0) For best results {u} parameters should be between 0 and 1, in numerical order, and non duplicate | Number |

Parameters V | v | Division parameters around the curve {v} domain for mesh faces ({v}0.0 = Revolve min, {v}1.0 = Revolve max) For best results {v} parameters should be between 0 and 1, in numerical order, and non duplicate | Number |

Weighted | W | If True, parameters {u} distribution is weighted by the curves curvatures | Boolean |

Lengths | L | If True, the curves mesh face divisions are defined by the lengths between its control points instead of the {u} parameters (useful for conforming mesh face divisions to each segment of a polyline curve) | Boolean |

Angle | A | If Angle is not 0.0, the curves mesh face divisions are defined by angle accuracy in degrees instead of the {u} parameters (useful for conforming mesh face divisions to the curvature of the curve) | Number |

End Type | E | Determines how to end the pipe mesh 0 = None 1 = Flat 2 = Round | Integer |

Triangulate | T | Triangulate the mesh faces | Boolean |

Name | ID | Description | Type |
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Piped | P | Resulting pipe mesh | Mesh |

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