A BRep, or Boundary Representation, is the data type used to hold generic geometry. If, for example, we use the Box node to create a box, the output is in the form of a BRep:
The types of topological components contained in a BRep are Vertex, Edge, Wire, Face, Shell, Solid, CompSolid, Compound.
We can use the node Brep Components node to extract the different components, by selecting the corresponding type in the T attribute of the Brep Components node.
A zero-dimensional element representing points in geometry.
One-dimensional shape corresponding to a line or a curve and bounded by a vertex at each extremity.
Sequence of edges connected by vertices.
Part of a surface bounded by a closed wire(s).
Set of faces connected by edges.
Part of 3D space bounded by Shells.
Set of solids connected by their faces.
Set of any other shapes described above.
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