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is there any step by step grasshopper tutorial?
Rajaa Issa has released the first manual for "PanelingTools for Grasshopper Primer (PDF)" , which contains various exercises and the related sample files that can be downloaded separately, with the definitions in Grasshopper, "The Primer Examples and Tutorials" .
Here the page's link: http://www.grasshopper3d.com/group/panelingtools/forum/topics/relea...
Pagina di riferimento: http://rhinoschoolitaly.blogspot.it/2013/04/in-rete-il-primo-manuale-su.html
Rajaa Issa, ha reso disponibile il primo manuale "PanelingTools for Grasshopper Primer (PDF)" , che raccoglie varie esercitazioni ed i relativi file di esempio, scaricabili a parte, con le definizioni in Grasshopper, "The Primer Examples and Tutorials" (l'inserimento obbligatorio della propria e-mail non comporta nessun verifica o obbligo).
We're working on enhancing our T-Splines - Grasshopper integration, and exposing more T-Splines features. I'm interested to hear from anyone who is interested in this workflow - we'd like to learn more about what you'd like to do. Please feel free to post comments here or on our T-Splines forum - www.tsplines.com/forum
i tried similar think in 2 dimensions (plane). I want to have predifined rest lenghts (imported from excel), knots in 2d are not connected. Should i do it with mesh or spend more time looking for errors.
I was missing a flatten command in kangaroo :)
I uploaded cable to the googledocs, maybe someone is interested...
So how is with the wind?
I am working on a hanging line from 2 anchored points. I did it in grasshopper, applied some kangaroo physics. A bit stuck on applying g-force on the cable.
I would also like to blow in the cable and strech it with the wind?
Does it have to be mesh to use wind force?
You are the second person to suggest route. I will have to take a look Symvol.
I just Netfabb SSS will build structures out of the exported .STL file.
You might be able to build a grasshopper script building the structures.
Maybe there i a 3rd option (much cheaper than netfabb SSS) to get nice structures (but you will need a fast& powerful computer ;-).
Check out SymVol (a Rhino Plugin from Uformia).
To get more information about their Micro Structures, look here:
They have also touched this topic in their Symvol&Rhino Webcast Vol2 starting around +/-0:25:00 min.
The good thing would be, that you do the structure calculation in Rhino (eventually with grasshopper) so you are free to choose how you "make" your model.
You stay in one program. So if you need to change something it will be done without any problem.
I have not tried it yet, but it seems a really promising way.
Hope it helps,
Can anyone comment on: How does Grasshopper compare to Netfabb's Selective Space Structures (SSS)? I am interested in using matrix meshes for my designs. I understand that netfabb SSS creates a very light weight model given its complexity. Does the same happen with an equivalent Grasshopper file?
Rhino 5 Beta + Grasshopper sample :polar array of round stones on a circle
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