Hello I would like to expand upon a previous post Create Cross Sections and 2D planes in Blender
I am able to follow the steps outlined in the excellent tutorial linked above, but I am having trouble rendering the resulting 2D slices in a serialized way. I am hoping I can be guided to a resource that will help me understand what I need to do to execute what I'd like to do.
What I'd like to do is render each slice as a 2D image with each image having an identical image size, and all images in frame with respect to each other. The result should be a series of 2D images resembling a CT scan.
Ideally this could be done with some level of automation instead of manually adjusting the camera and object for each slice as there will be ~200 slices.
Above is an example of the series of 2D slices in 3D space
And above is an example of a rendered image I would like to produce. However this was a screen shot. And I need to make sure that my images are exactly in frame with each other and rendered at a constant distance from the camera.
Also I should add that I am comfortable writing scripts, but I have no experience programming specifically for blender. Thank you for your help
UPDATE: The below answer worked great for what I was trying to do, and was a much better solution than using boolean expressions to render slices as I had been trying. I simply rendered images of the primary model per the animation shown below. Thank you for your help