algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Weaverbird brings mesh editing, subdivision and mesh transformations to Rhino and Grasshopper users.
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Hi.I have mesh geometries divided by triangles.I want a thickness to this and then explode it, prepare it for CNC and assembly them by the edge.Done it with weavebird. Problem is that the thickened edges are twisted and it's not a good solution for the cnc.I don't think that weavebird is a solutuion for this. You have any other ideas for generating thickened triangles? - last image intersection between 1 and 2 is not a straight surface…Continue
Started by margn bubu Oct 23.
Hi everybody. I can't resolve my problem. I have Rhino 5 SR 13 bit32, and grasshopper 0.9.00.76 27-2014. There is a problem whit the istaller package. I tried to istall the standard version and i got the message in attachment, then i asked for the "No admin version", but when i launched the istaller, i received the message in attach, and the sofware has not been istalled. ( I tried also to copy WeaverBird.rhp onto a running instance of Rhinoceros) but nothing happened. So something goes wrong,…Continue
Started by bbdick. Last reply by Giulio Piacentino Oct 2.
I am using the wbCatmullClark component, and want to subdivide a mesh using level 4. The component tells me this warning:Subdivision level was lowered to 2 from 4: See "Dynamic preview..." to change thisWhat is dynamic preview, and how can I make sure wbCatmullClark will apply the subdivision level I asked it to apply?Continue
Started by Alexander Schiftner. Last reply by Giulio Piacentino Aug 30.
Hi allit's a great pleasure to be able to tell you that Weaverbird can now be installed on the Mac. The no-admin rights version is compatible with Grasshopper for Mac.To install:download the .zip filein ExplicitHistory/Grasshopper for Rhino for Mac, choose File -> Special Folders -> Components foldercopy all files, except weaverbird.rhp, to that folder.Enjoy,GiulioContinue
Started by Giulio Piacentino. Last reply by Lorenzo Franceschini Apr 18.
I was using Loop subdivision, and needed to access groups of faces in the subdivided mesh according to the face in the original mesh they descended from, so I made a simple little script making use of the way Weaverbird orders its output to extract this. I'm sharing it here in case anyone else finds it useful:It takes as input…Continue
Started by Daniel Piker. Last reply by Giulio Piacentino Mar 23.