Tuesday, 12 March 2024
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This is more for my future reference, but if it benefits you, thank Jesse Conner, He figured it out.
1. Copy boundary Linework to the side. (Maybe draw a temporary line so that you can move the resulting linework from this process back to the original location.) You can also skip this step altogether if you want.
2. Use Polydivide to divide newly created polyline (if you did step 1. The original if you didn't.) into two equal areas.
3. Draw a polyline bisecting the two equal areas.
4. Use the Boundary command to create four separate closed polylines.
5. Delete original useless polylines maintaining just the new closed polylines.
6. Place area for driplines into newly created closed polylines.
7. Now use Polydivide to separate the smaller dripline areas based on flow. This may be the key since the specific cutting angles will more closely resemble a perpendicular angle to the newly created areas.

That should work. If it doesn't, you may have to modify step three to further divide the areas. For instance, you may have to divide the areas by three instead of two.

There is an AutoCAD drawing attached illustrates the above-mentioned steps.

Thanks again Jesse.:)
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