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Geometry Gym BIM

BIM (Building Information Modeling) enhancements for Rhino and Grasshopper, import/export to Revit, Digital Project, Bentley and Archicad amongst others.  Also Structure modeling (including analytic) and Computational Geometry Tools such as mesh relaxation/inflation and tessellation tools.

Website: http://geometrygym.blogspot.com
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Latest Activity: Oct 13

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Installation instructions are located in this discussion, http://www.grasshopper3d.com/group/geometrygym/forum/topics/installing-geometry-gym

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ggProfileOnCurve 2 Replies

Hi,Can someone help me with this? ggProfileOnCurve component is orienting my profiles not on the correct plane or upside down (180 degrees off). I've worked around it by drawing the profiles on…Continue

Tags: geometrygym, profile, sweep, loft

Started by Rasmus Sainmaa. Last reply by Rasmus Sainmaa Oct 13.

SAP2000 40 Replies

Here's a thread for questions and suggestions specific to the Geometry Gym addon to interact with SAP2000 Structural Analysis.  Note you can filter my blog for posts/examples specific to SAP 2000…Continue

Tags: Analysis, Structural, Gym, Geometry, SAP2000

Started by Jon Mirtschin. Last reply by Josef Taylor Aug 24.

Hummingbird export to Revit fail 4 Replies

Hi everyone,I am currently exploring Rhino to Revit Interoperability. I am using Lunchbox to create desired geometry in Grasshopper, and planning to export it to Revit via Hummingbird.I have attached…Continue

Started by syafwani jack. Last reply by syafwani jack Aug 3.

Load Compination

Hi,I am trying to create a truss column in which I want to calculate the forces caused by the wind and gravity loading. When I am trying to add the gravity loading an error message pops-ups and the…Continue

Started by Olympios Grigoriadis Aug 1.

ggRhino5IFC v1.5.11.msi (5th May 2017) download link down 1 Reply

Hi jon, the download link for ggRhino5IFC v1.5.11.msi (5th May 2017) is down. Continue

Started by Youngjae chung. Last reply by Jon Mirtschin Jun 18.

Mass Source Modification in ggSap

Hi JonI am using your very helpful ggSap plugin for more than 1 year for my Ph.D thesis.Now, I wonder to know is there any way to modify "mass source" for seismic analysis in ggSap?I mean, Sap2000…Continue

Started by Ghazal Javidan May 31.

Creating Windows with Frames and Glass in Geometry Gym

Hi Jon,Thanks for your prompt reply and the example on Adaptive Components. Apologies for not being specific with my question. I have connected one gg Revit WindowType and a host wall into the gg…Continue

Started by Thian Siong, Choo May 31.

Joint Settings in ggSAP 1 Reply

Hi All,I'm working on a tall building model with a Diagrid structural system,I made the model in Grasshopper and just working on doing the analysis in SAP so usig ggSAP. I faced some challenges in…Continue

Started by Amirreza Ardekani. Last reply by Jon Mirtschin May 21.

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Comment by lee ji yonh on February 2, 2016 at 8:52pm

Hi Jon,

Currently i have a problem to create a column. I don't know what i should do. how do you make a logic? Now this problem's message is "overcast will not be column type"

2.gh

Kind Regard, 

Jiyong Lee

Comment by Ghazal Javidan on January 13, 2016 at 12:31am

Hi Jon

I have not got any reply for my Geometry gym license request email yet. would you please response to that? tn

Comment by Zhengyu Xue on March 22, 2015 at 4:22am

Hi, Jon,

Do you have any related videos about how to do structural analysis about shell structures?

Kind Regards,

Xue Zhengyu 

Comment by Jon Mirtschin on February 17, 2015 at 1:31pm

Hi Tim,

For GSA, you need to manually start GSA application (and close the default opening dialog) prior to any baking.  Else when a plugin initiates contact, the application is started as a background service (that the user can't access).  I can't control this, but the background service is useful for faster performance (when say running galapagos) and not having to manually close dialogs.  The Oasys webinar below has some explanation on this.

Hope it helps.

Comment by Tim on February 17, 2015 at 9:37am

Hey everybody,

Currently I have problems with baking my grasshopper structure into Oasys GSA. When I push the "bake to GSA" button, nothing happens. In my Rhino command window it says: 

Material Count: 1, SectionProperty Count: 1, Node Count: 441, Element Count: 1240
Load Case Count: 1

So apparently there is no error.

Could anyone please help me?

Kind regards

Tim

Comment by 建筑师哈哈 on October 5, 2014 at 11:31pm

Comment by MARTIN on August 21, 2014 at 8:34am

Hi everybody !

I have used grasshopper for few years, and I don't reach to understand the basics of the geometry gym for SAP2000 components.

Does somebody have a small tuto or a video to help me to understand how I can export my rhino model to SAP2000 ?

Regards

Comment by I_M_F [Iker Mugarra Flores] on June 5, 2014 at 10:20am

Hi Jon,

hope you are well, I have been thinking on testing how to export parametric models into Revit and I was wondering if I need to install your other IFC plugins in addition to " + REVIT/VASARI 64 Bit Installers, contact me for 32 Bit?

best

Iker

Comment by horst Becker on March 19, 2014 at 9:33am

ok, found the problem: the tolerances in my rhino ducument were too low....

Comment by horst Becker on March 19, 2014 at 3:39am
I run into a problem trying to import profiles with the ggCatalogueProfil Component.
I save my user profiles in the right direction. Usually it works very well, but now I have the problems that I cannot load the open surfaces as a brep...I just get the outline curves of my profiles.
any idea?
And second question: is it possible to import differnt profiles which share the same 0 Coordinate. That after loading them into my definition they share the same insert point?
 

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