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EleFront

EleFront is an add-on that allows the user to bake geometry, annotations and blocks with user defined attributes and or Rhino attributes. Rhino objects can be referenced and filtered dynamically, to be used in Grasshopper.

Full description and download from:

http://www.food4rhino.com/app/elefront

The discussion group below is the best place for asking questions and discussing the usage of the add-on.

Website: http://www.elefront.info/
Members: 13
Latest Activity: 23 hours ago

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Material not baked with Elefront 3.0

Hi,I really love Elefront and have been using it a lot. Up until now I am using Elefront Lite 1.1.0.One thing I do ALL the time is use the bake component to enable a preview layer with the baked…Continue

Started by Armin Seltz yesterday.

Export to file component - parameters 2 Replies

Comment by retroagentHi Ramon, Thanks again for the add-on. I've been using the export objects component especially, which I've had the best success exporting multiple geometries to a single file and…Continue

Started by Ramon van der Heijden. Last reply by Armin Seltz yesterday.

Add Attributes to Geometry directly in Grasshoper without Baking? 1 Reply

Hi,does anyone know if there is a way to add attributes to geometry directly in Grasshopper? The only way I figured out so far is to bake the geometry with its attributes into Rhino and then…Continue

Started by Stefan. Last reply by Ramon van der Heijden Mar 1.

Big Thanks for the Plugin!

Let me start the discussion with a big Thanks for this plugin!For those who have not yet done so: make sure to watch the webinar on the Morpeus Hotel at…Continue

Started by Stefan Feb 26.

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Comment by retroagent on March 19, 2017 at 11:56pm

Hi Ramon, Thanks again for the add-on.  I've been using the export objects component especially, which I've had the best success exporting multiple geometries to a single file and including textures.  One issue I've come across is that with the extension set to .obj, the rhino command line still spits out "Choose meshing option ( DetailedOptions  PolygonDensity=50 ):" which requires a manual selection.  Issuing a -_Export manually first and re-running the script has no change.  I'm curious what syntax is required to force the export scheme of the component? Have not tested with other filetypes.

Comment by Ramon van der Heijden on December 14, 2016 at 3:11am

I have prepared a working sample file that demonstrates some of the functionalities. It is really just a drop on a hot plate, but it should give an idea of the different scenarios the tool can be used for.

01-Example_Blocks.gh

Comment by Ramon van der Heijden on December 13, 2016 at 9:16pm

A new updated version with FULL functionality has been released today. There are quite a few exciting new features, as well as some beloved old ones, such as block creation and instantiation.

Feel free to check it out on Food4Rhino

 

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