Grasshopper

algorithmic modeling for Rhino

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For designers who are exploring new shapes using generative algorithms, Grasshopper® is a graphical algorithm editor tightly integrated with Rhino’s 3-D modeling tools. Unlike RhinoScript, Grasshopper requires no knowledge of programming or scripting, but still allows designers to build form generators from the simple to the awe-inspiring.


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Introduction to Grasshopper Videos by David Rutten.

Wondering how to get started with Grasshopper? Look no further. Spend some time with the creator of Grasshopper, David Rutten, to learn the fundamental of Grasshopper. No experience necessary. This video series and many other tutorials are available on our Tutorials page...

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Stephen Maher replied to Brian Ringley's discussion Use of Special Characters in Construct Path Component For Masking
""That's it!" "
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David Rutten replied to Lawrence Yun's discussion Faster Split
"I suspect all the code is using the same function eventually. How do you measure the duration of doing it 'in Rhino'? I'm not entirely sure, but it could be because of BrepFace/Brep difference. A BrepFace is always part of a master…"
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Stephen Maher replied to Brian Ringley's discussion Use of Special Characters in Construct Path Component For Masking
"An approach I've been using, which Brian is aware of, is illustrated below. One still has to manually edit the [Expression] component, etc. Being able to tap into Python's (and/or other components') GUI would make masking on the…"
22 minutes ago
David Rutten replied to Brian Ringley's discussion Use of Special Characters in Construct Path Component For Masking
"The Construct Path component outputs an actual path though, which only supports integer elements. The component would have to output a string for what you want. This can be done, as correctly formatted strings can always be converted into paths,…"
23 minutes ago
Aravind Kumar Jayasankar replied to Aravind Kumar Jayasankar's discussion Draw lines towards center of hexagon grid
"Thank you. I would like to have the trapezoids between the circle not over the circle. *I have shade the regions where the trapezoid should be. i tried to tweak your wiring. But without success. Thanks a lot."
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Ethan Gross replied to Ethan Gross's discussion Multiple breps with Meshmachine
"Thanks Nik for your extremely thorough examination and for convincing me, as I've always suspected, that I have no idea what I'm doing. I guess my "great results" stemmed from using only single, bound surfaces, where seams…"
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Brian Ringley posted a discussion

Use of Special Characters in Construct Path Component For Masking

It would be nice to be able to use special characters in the Construct Path component, mostly for purposes of masking.I had initially tried to make my own component to do this but getting the component to be dynamically responsive to the number of…See More
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Faster Split 1 Reply

Started by Lawrence Yun in VB, C# and Python Coding. Last reply by David Rutten 18 minutes ago.

Use of Special Characters in Construct Path Component For Masking 2 Replies

Started by Brian Ringley in VB, C# and Python Coding. Last reply by Stephen Maher 22 minutes ago.

Draw lines towards center of hexagon grid 6 Replies

Started by Aravind Kumar Jayasankar in Discussion. Last reply by Aravind Kumar Jayasankar 38 minutes ago.

Multiple breps with Meshmachine 3 Replies

Started by Ethan Gross in Discussion. Last reply by Ethan Gross 1 hour ago.

Defining variable names for user object

Started by Christopher Edgemon in Discussion 3 hours ago.

 
 
 

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