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### Fit rectangles6 Replies

Was wondering if someone could help with a simple problem.I have a 70x20 rectangle, and I want to fit as many smaller rectangles (A, B, C) in it as possible.The sizing of the smaller rectangles is as…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jan Kozerski Oct 5, 2012.

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Jan Kozerski replied to Alejandro's discussion Fit rectangles
"You schould try galapagos then:)"
Oct 5, 2012
Alejandro replied to Alejandro's discussion Fit rectangles
"Thanks Jonah, I like the idea of nesting the rectangles. But how can I have more control (rules described above) over how the nesting is done? One way of describing my problem to solve is that I need to define my own nesting algorithm, ya?"
Oct 5, 2012
jonah hawk replied to Alejandro's discussion Fit rectangles
" Generation has a a simple 2d nesting component for planar, closed polygons. "
Oct 4, 2012
Omar Helmy replied to Alejandro's discussion Fit rectangles
"i think u might wanna look into using Galapagos, i did something like that a while ago. Let me find u the script..."
Oct 4, 2012
Alejandro replied to Alejandro's discussion Fit rectangles
"Here's a quick sketch. As I was sketching, I noticed that there would be a lot of space between the 2x3 rectangles and the big 8x9 ones, so I decided to see what it would look like if I paired the 2x3s into clusters instead. Can the…"
Oct 3, 2012
Omar Helmy replied to Alejandro's discussion Fit rectangles
"Can u do a sketch to explain what you wanna achieve?"
Oct 3, 2012
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### Fit rectangles

Was wondering if someone could help with a simple problem.I have a 70x20 rectangle, and I want to fit as many smaller rectangles (A, B, C) in it as possible.The sizing of the smaller rectangles is as follows:A = 2x3B = 4x4C = 8x9The quantity and arrangement of these rectangles is based on some rules:For every B rectangle there needs to be five A rectangles.There are four C rectangles, regardless.The A rectangles need to be touching the perimeter of the 70x20 perimeter.All rectangles are…See More
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