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The CORE studio at Thornton Tomasetti uses Grasshopper everyday to enhance workflows amongst many engineering disciplines. We draw a lot of help and inspiration from this community and hope that you will find some of the tools that we have created helpful, too.

Website: http://core.thorntontomasetti.com
Location: New York
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TT Toolbox

Head over to food4rhino to download the second edition of the TT Toolbox plugin for Grasshopper.

TT Toolbox features a range of different tools that we from the CORE studio at Thornton Tomasetti use on a regular basis, and we thought some of you might appreciate these.

You can find a primer with a complete listing and documentation of our tools inside of the downloadable zip file.

Some of the tools included in TT Toolbox are:

  • A lightning fast Excel Reader/ Writer with many options such as file creation, work sheet creation, conditional formatting that matches GH coloring and more.
  • A Section Sweeper (inspired by Jon Mirtschin's StructDrawRhino plugin) that sweeps BREP of structural shape sections around guide curves.
  • A Safe-Delete component that lets you safely delete user-selected Rhino geometry that is not currently referenced in Grasshopper.
  • A CAD exporter that [batch-] creates dwg files from GH.
  • A reader and writer for Google spreadsheets

Other tools include:

  • Unit converter
  • Match Tree Structure
  • Retrieve Tree Branch
  • Retrieve Tree Item
  • Curve Type
  • Get Geometry Names from Rhino
  • Remove Duplicate Lines based on a tolerance value
  • Sort Curves by Direction

To install:

  • In Grasshopper, choose File > Special Folders > Components folder. Save the gha file there.
  • Right-click the file > Properties > make sure there is no "blocked" text
  • Restart Rhino and Grasshopper

Though we did some alpha testing in the office, we may not have covered all of the bugs and will certainly appreciate your feedback.

Best Regards,

The ACM Team

Discussion Forum

TT Toolbox- How it works?

Dear Core Studio Team,I have used TT tool box and Colibri to optimize some features of building façade, Although their are not optimization tools. By considering all possible solutions that they…Continue

Started by Maryam Talaei Apr 3.

Combining Anemone and Colibri

Hi All,I've built an iterative procedure to optimize steel frame structures. I used Anemone to make the iterative loop.Now I want to make a data set with the loops end result of every variant. I…Continue

Tags: Karamba3D, loop, Anemone

Started by Rayaan Ajouz Apr 1, 2020.

Questions about using the TT Toolbox components 69 Replies

Please post any questions you might have here... Thanks!Continue

Started by Jonatan Schumacher. Last reply by bea franko Jun 13, 2019.

Value "0" 1 Reply

Hi, I am tryng to iterate an example with shading devices but when the slider goes to 0 (meaning no shades) the simulations ( daylight and energy ) doesnt run, and it ends the process very fast could…Continue

Started by Alvaro Rodriguez Garcia. Last reply by Ed Wealend May 8, 2018.

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Comment by Jonatan Schumacher on July 8, 2014 at 12:24pm

The next version of TTToolbox will feature an interface to get World Cup statistics. Here are a few that we generated with Grasshopper:

goals

assists

weight

club goals and assists by player

Comment by Matthew Naugle on June 26, 2014 at 7:20am

The Brute Force solver component allows you to run all possible combinations of a selected set of sliders.  This is an alternative method to using Galapagos or other optimization engine when the design space is either limited or it is valuable to see all possible options.

Comment by Ben Howes on May 15, 2014 at 2:03pm

New Platypus version available today on food4rhino!  We added GH/browser slider sync, and GH>GH streaming geometry in this release.  Just in time for Matt's hack at our #AEChackathon this weekend.  Enjoy!!

Comment by Elcin Ertugrul on April 29, 2014 at 10:13am

Another demo of new TT Toolbox Dashboard components! TT Toolbox v1.5 is available at Foor4Rhino!

Comment by Elcin Ertugrul on April 29, 2014 at 10:06am

Below is just a small glimpse of TT Toolbox Dashboard Data Visualization Components ! Come Foor4Rhino! for many more !

Comment by Ben Howes on April 18, 2014 at 3:13pm

Our latest release of TT Toolbox includes a new Unfold Brep component!  Come and get it from Foor4Rhino!

Comment by Parametric House on March 20, 2014 at 11:02pm

nice job,thanks for the wonderful tools :)

Comment by Jonatan Schumacher on February 24, 2014 at 8:11pm

The latest release of TT Toolbox features interoperabilty with Google Spreadsheets and more! 

Comment by Ben Howes on February 21, 2014 at 10:13am

The Platypus is coming!

Comment by Ben Howes on April 1, 2013 at 3:13pm

Live GH Update from Excel!

TT Toolbox 1.2 contains a new version of our 'Read From Excel' component that allows for live [Grasshopper] updates from Excel.  Once you read data from an Excel worksheet, our component listens for any changes on that sheet.  When it hears an update, it automatically updates itself and any downstream components.  Give it a shot and let us know what you think!

 

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