algorithmic modeling for Rhino



Intralattice is a set of open-source Grasshopper components for generating solid lattice structures within a 3D design space. 


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The current version is an early Beta release. As such, things may break without warning. If you happen to find bugs/issues, please leave a comment below or contact

The generative process is split into 3 main modules, each of which has a selection of various components, for a total of 16 components.

  1. We first begin with a cell component, which will generate a unit cell. This unit cell is the basis for the lattice topology.
  2. The next stage involves a frame component, which will populate a design space with the unit cell, based on various parameters.
  3. The final stage involves a mesh component, which will convert the lattice wireframe (a list of curves) to a solid mesh, which can be 3D printed.

The mesh components are inspired by Exoskeleton, an assembly by David Stasiuk & Daniel Piker. I've extended functionality to curves, modified various aspects of the algorithm and encapsulated the process with a data structure. A huge thanks to them for making their work open-source.

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Latest version of IntraLattice (Pro)?

Hello,I think I've downloaded and installed the latest version (0.8.1).But it doesn't appear to be IntraLatticePro.Also I sent messages through the website Contact which always fails.I've viewed the…Continue

Started by dana church Mar 6.

Octahedral lattice sphere 3 Replies

Here is a definition used to replicate the photo "Octahedral lattice sphere" also to answer to …Continue

Tags: YANG, sphere, mesh, quad, intralattice

Started by Laurent DELRIEU. Last reply by Laurent DELRIEU Oct 10, 2018.

IntraLattice - How to create a unit cell edge Attractor ? 3 Replies

    Hi,      This plugin as been great so far, and thanks in advance for your great work !      I have been attempting to create a 3d cellular structure that would change in unit size according to…Continue

Tags: cell, edge, Attractor, ?, unit

Started by Fabio R.. Last reply by Fabio R. May 29, 2017.

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