3d line anf mesh3d combined - help needed

Dear friends,

I have a 3d curve, where all points lie in one plane (s. example below).
I would like to fill out the plane space under the curve as far as the x-y plane. Tryed mesh3d for this purpose, but cannot figure it out.
When I place the mesh3d in the x-y plane (horizontaly), it works fine. When I try to put it verticaly (as required in the example), it seems not to work.

Best regards



The easiest way to do this would be using scatter3d’s surfaceaxis and surfacecolor attributes:

Hi Etienne,

thank you for your fast response!

I saw this once and thought, it would only work with pyhon.
For convex curves it looks pretty cool, but i have a lot of concave ones too. In those cases the graphic looks kind of “dirty” and if you have more curves, it gets really messy.
Could one achieve a better quality by using mesh3d or is there some other option?


Solved! :slight_smile:
Best regards


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