I have found an imperfect way to do this, it has some problems but it is a start.
I use the properties of the Dashed
Weight determines the radius of the dots
Corner are both set to rounded
- The buttons to the right of
Dashed Line allow the dashes to be aligned to the corers.
- Setting the
dash length to
0.1pt makes a dash with rounded ends into a nearly-perfect circle
- If the
gap length is set to an amount that is longer than any of the line segments, the dashes will only appear on the corners (Because we set them to align with corners)
Then we have a stroke that looks like this:
I use the
Appearance panel to add a new stroke - and change the settings on the new stroke back to your standard settings you were using before.
to achieve a stroke that looks like this:
Appearance is applied to your matrix of triangles (I used a
Graphic Style) it should add dots to all of the corners. You can see some imperfections in my example, but perhaps with some fine tuning they could be minimized.