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Joe Allberry
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Joe Allberry replied to karelovic's discussion Prismatic skin
"Out of interest, tried applying these options to your script - neither look like they work to well at first go I'm afraid! Biggest issue is the number of points and severity of change in extrusion between the points. Good luck and have a good…"
Friday
Joe Allberry replied to karelovic's discussion Prismatic skin
"Not sure I quite follow, this example does much the same, except it populates the region and the outline, and uses these (along with the control points of the rectangle as above) to create the mesh... If you look the faces are still touching the…"
Friday
Joe Allberry replied to karelovic's discussion Prismatic skin
"If I understand your issue, it's because the Delauny Mesh will will create all triangles it can (even very acute ones close to the border). If you pull some of the closest points to the rectangular border for the region this should give you a…"
Friday
Joe Allberry replied to M. Söderlund's discussion Filter out meshes and breps from group of geometry
"The Human tool (fantastically useful for many things - thank you, Andrew Heumann!) does this with the "SortByType" component. "
Apr 10
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"GhPython Workshop coming up this month. Tool developer Chris Mackey is teaching a live webinar titled - Making Your Own Python Components. More information and registration…"
Oct 10, 2016
Joe Allberry replied to Jonas Blazinskas's discussion Unique closest point.
"Hopefully this isn't over complicating, but you might need to loop your data in order to cull the points already "used" if they are the closest to another point. Anemone is really good tool for this…"
Aug 18, 2016
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Oct 29, 2015
Joe Allberry replied to Nick Roberts's discussion Make a series of sine waves which gradually increase wavelength
"Try this guy on for size (have a play with the points on the graph mapper to change the variateion in wavelengths."
Oct 28, 2015
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Oct 27, 2015
Joe Allberry replied to Jehan Goethals's discussion Delete specific surfaces
"Hi Jehan, This finds the centre of each "cell" and checks how many surfaces there are within a distance to find the sides to the box (if you move away from squares you might have to update value it takes to cull these). If there are 6,…"
Oct 26, 2015
Joe Allberry replied to martyn hogg's discussion Replace Points in Polyline with an Average Point
"Haha. Hesitant to post this now I've seen how much I overcomplicated the last one...!! But this will preserve your points if they are on the rectangular border - I've no doubt it could be reduced down heavily by someone with a sharper mind…"
Oct 26, 2015
Joe Allberry replied to martyn hogg's discussion Replace Points in Polyline with an Average Point
"Only just seen your reply, but this will work for most of the central ones if averaging is OK. It uses cull points with an average, culling lines by length and closest points. However, you might want to extract the edge curves before running…"
Oct 26, 2015
Joe Allberry replied to Om's discussion Sorting out the Pieces in a Row
"Had a thought, you could just sort by Z and and partition the list?"
Oct 22, 2015
Joe Allberry replied to Om's discussion Sorting out the Pieces in a Row
"You could assign paths by the Z height to put the pieces in different lists? In this case the Z coordinates of the centroids are multiplied by 1000 in order to have integers for the paths. Only going to three significant figures works in this case,…"
Oct 22, 2015
Joe Allberry replied to Irina Ghiuzan's discussion Hoberman circle
"Sorry Irina, I didn't quite get what you were after and it looks like Pieter's solution below is spot on - and a better way to do it for sure! I was being a bit lazy but Kangaroo is still a fun little toy to play around with though! If you…"
Oct 22, 2015
Joe Allberry replied to Irina Ghiuzan's discussion Hoberman circle
"Have you tried using Kangaroo 2? The attached uses your geometry, fixes one point, then "grabs" one point if you hold ctrl + click (see the discussions in the Kangaroo 2 posts here, as you might need to turn off the COFF loading in…"
Oct 21, 2015

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At 7:18am on October 10, 2016, Arpan Bakshi said…

GhPython Workshop coming up this month. Tool developer Chris Mackey is teaching a live webinar titled - Making Your Own Python Components. More information and registration at https://attendee.gototraining.com/42b11/register/4476111114579892225

 
 
 

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