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Started Jul 8, 2014

Stochastic Fractal Definition
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ye Yuan Oct 9, 2014.

Timer in Python?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Anders Holden Deleuran Oct 4, 2013.

 

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Exoskeleton + Cytoskeleton Components

Daniel Piker and I are excited to repackage an updated Exoskeleton with his new Plankton-based mesh wireframe thickening tool Cytoskeleton into a single GHA.

Although both components have been tested and improved upon from their original setups, this GHA is still a work in progress, and hopefully…

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Posted on May 7, 2014 at 8:00am — 23 Comments

Marching Cubes: Curve Wrapping & More Metaballs

UPDATE: 30-Jan-2014

140130_marching_cubes.gh

I have added breps as an input for wrapping geometry…

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Posted on January 20, 2014 at 4:30pm — 20 Comments

Closed Curve Intersection Network

I was looking at a post earlier today, which got me thinking about the logic of how to collect intersected curves into discrete, closed…

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Posted on November 11, 2013 at 2:47pm — 6 Comments

Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame

For the better part of two years I worked with Method Design and David Kufferman, PE on the design of the structural steel and connection system used for the cast stone panels in the Louisiana State…

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Posted on August 9, 2013 at 2:00am — 10 Comments

metaball meshing

mct_130726_metaballs.gh

For another project I have been working with metaball scalar fields, and I…

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Posted on July 26, 2013 at 9:00am — 21 Comments

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"It's always easier if you post files...:) If you're using mesh faces as a grafted list, then you lose all of the connectivity information embedded in the mesh (which really is the main reason to use it!). I also think that if you're…"
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David Stasiuk replied to Chapuline's discussion Space Frame Mesh Modelling
"It depends on the geometry. There are many configurations where it isn't possible (for example, a sphere)...and even in many instances where it is possible, it is extremely difficult. If your source geometry is surface like, then you can…"
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David Stasiuk replied to Chapuline's discussion Space Frame Mesh Modelling
"Hi Chap- Attached you'll find a script that should do the trick. The sorting process works with regular triangulated grids (as you have here: all interior vertices are valence 6)...once you break that topology, though, it won't…"
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David Stasiuk replied to Chapuline's discussion Space Frame Mesh Modelling
"Can you attach the mesh you're working with as well?"
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David Stasiuk replied to Alexander's discussion Meshy question : Edge hinges
"Yep. You beat me to it :)"
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David Stasiuk replied to Alexander's discussion Meshy question : Edge hinges
"While it's possible to extract this information from a mesh using GH components, I can't think of a particularly efficient way to do it. In the "shell" example files for Kangaroo2, Daniel has included a script that does this."
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At 5:09am on May 4, 2015, eec said…

I forgot to add the picture of what I meantIMG_3956.JPG

At 4:44am on May 4, 2015, eec said…

Thank you David. The project went well. Now I would like to develop it further. For instance to work in the definition to simulate better the real paths the fibres are following when weaved around irregular cylinders and pretensed. 

Best wishes

At 9:02am on May 2, 2015, eec said…

Hi David,

Some months ago you helped me with a grasshopper definition to deform lines around curves. I just had the defense of my thesis and I  want to  espress you again my gratitude. You are in the aknowledegements page of my book :)

Best regards,

Eva EspunyIMAG0531.jpgIMAG0529.jpg

 
 
 

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