2D slice from extruded polygon after substraction

Hello
First of all, would like to thank the developers who made this framework possible.
I am starting off with a linearly extruded polygon and then subtract a cube out of it.
Then I want to get a 2d slice in vertical plane. To achieve this I am going through all polygons and all vertices from a very thin slice ignoring all polygons with same zaxis (walls) and extract the x,y and ignore the z altogether.
this.profile3D.polygons.forEach(function (polygon, index) { let local_this2 = local_this polygon.vertices.forEach(function (v, i) { let av_arr = polygon.vertices.map(function (x) { return parseInt(x[1] as any) }) as Array<number> let is_vertical = new Set(av_arr).size < 2 if (!is_vertical) { local_this2.profile2D.push([v[0], v[2]]) } }) }) }
Finally I sort of get the 2d slice but with some points "tangled" (shape front end)
How can I make sense of the mesh's structure to be able to walk the mesh so points are in order and correctly joined?
I've excluded the "walls". The mesh seems to be a 4 pct polygon and sometimes a 3 point polygon. More complex shapes turn out more tangled points.
Is there a common layout of the mesh that I can lookup somewhere else? I have tried checkout out the code but could not figure it out.I have also tried extracting the x,y of any 2 corners of the 4 pct polygon which are not "vertical walls/sides"
this.profile3D.polygons.forEach(function (polygon, index) { let local_this2 = local_this polygon.vertices.forEach(function (v, i) { let av_arr = polygon.vertices.map(function (x) { return parseInt(x[1] as any) }) as Array<number> let is_vertical = new Set(av_arr).size < 2 if (!is_vertical) { local_this2.profile2D.push([polygon.vertices[2][0], polygon.vertices[0][2]]) } }) }) }
Artefacts like this started to come out but no luck with any combination.
Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!
P.S Wish my skills would be good enough to contribute.

@Ion0 That's great !

@gilboonet Thanks for the response. I believe you mean the "sides" are rendered using polygons. indeed they are lots of polygons. I might give that a try using the 2d constructive geometry. i've gotten the result right using the fromfakepolygons routine.

@z3dev
I have got it working using the routine pointed at by you. it was a bit confusing as it throws error for polygons with more than "2 dimension" and the axis was different.

@Ion0 If I approximate your design, and get a slice of it, I have a set of 3 polygons

@z3dev thanks!

@gilboonet The whole 2d contour is one single polygon of points. where should i get multiple polygons from? from the sides?

Hello, did you try to unify the polygons ? I have some code that does the same kind of thin slicing and the 2d slice is an union of the polygons.

@Ion Welcome!
You are already doing things that 'normal' designers don't attempt.
There's a piece of code that does a very simular thing, converting 3D polgons (from boolean operations) to 2D sides. This might help you to understand a little more about the 2D geometry (geom2).