generative modeling for Rhino
i want to control the minimum height of this mesh surface ("H" in the right view) and the depth of the "A" curve ("A" in top view). actually i want to increase the "H" and decrease the depth of the "A" curve. when i Increase the stiffness of the "A" curve (The edge of "A" curve) more than 5500, the mesh becomes wrong (picture below).
And when i decrease the stiffness of Crv1 And Crv2, it helps to decrease the depth of "A" curve but it causes to decrease the height ("H").
Thanks For Your Help.
I genuinely apologise for my terrible English. :D
Thanks a lot Jon.
Thank You So Much David.
Jon first of all i should thank you so much for this useful guidance.
i want the "A" arcs at the other edges but i don't know how to use "4 curved edge surface". can you please show me how to do that?
I'm checking the results obtained in the attached model. If I upload a new build of StructDrawRhino that's working better I'll let you know.
4 edge surface didn't work so well, a sweep 2 rail looks like a better option.
Thank you let me check it.
Thank you Jon it works perfect :) \m/
To solve the stiffness issue, you can reduce the timestep (from 0.01 to 0.001)
but to reduce the horizontal depth while increasing the height you need some additional forces or constraints
What is the actual physical structure you are modeling ?
bear in mind that if this is a membrane structure where you want your 'A' curves to be flexible cables, then you cannot make them more vertical without some additional support (eg extra cables anchored to the ground pulling them outwards)
What you have changed there is the timer interval
The timestep is a setting accessed by either right clicking Settings on the Kangaroo component and choosing the Kangaroo Options dropdown menu, or by connecting a settings component (the spanner icon in the Kangaroo tab) to the Kangaroo settings input.