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Weaverbird - Topological Mesh Editor


Weaverbird - Topological Mesh Editor

Weaverbird brings mesh editing, subdivision and mesh transformations to Rhino and Grasshopper users.

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Weaverbird for the Mac 14 Replies

Hi allit's a great pleasure to be able to tell you that Weaverbird can now be installed on the Mac. The no-admin rights version is compatible with Grasshopper for Mac.To install:download the .zip filein ExplicitHistory/Grasshopper for Rhino for Mac, choose File -> Special Folders -> Components foldercopy all files, except weaverbird.rhp, to that folder.Enjoy,GiulioContinue

Started by Giulio Piacentino. Last reply by Giulio Piacentino Oct 10.

Weaverbird tools inside Rhino 6 1 Reply

Hi EveryoneDoes anyone know if weaverbird's toolbars can be used in Rhino 6 like they used to work in Rhino 5 or will they only work in grasshopper? Continue

Tags: Toolbars, Weaverbird

Started by Sean Pretorius. Last reply by Giulio Piacentino Aug 2.

Weaverbird isn't installing for me 5 Replies

This is the pop up I keep getting.I do have gasshopper installed so I'm not sure where the error is.Even when I keep installing all that pops up after the installation are weaverbird examples... nothing like a Grasshopper Assembly file that I can drag into my Grasshopper Library.Any idea why I am having this issue?It's frustrating…Continue

Started by Jessica Melgar. Last reply by Giulio Piacentino Mar 21.

Error while converting lines to mesh 1 Reply

Hi guys,im getting this error from the weaverbird lines to mesh component-"WbProcessingException - topv_count is 2 or less! - Weaverbird was unable to produce a valid result because of this"Does anyone know how to resolve this?cheersEdit-maximum valence is set to 4Continue

Tags: line, mesh, topv_count, error, weaverbird

Started by Jack. Last reply by Jack Dec 29, 2017.

weaverbird thickness explode for CNC not the best

Hi.I have mesh geometries divided by triangles.I want a thickness to this and then explode it, prepare it for CNC and assembly them by the edge.Done it with weavebird. Problem is that the thickened edges are twisted and it's not a good solution for the cnc.I don't think that weavebird is a solutuion for this. You have any other ideas for generating thickened triangles? - last image intersection between 1 and 2 is not a straight surface…Continue

Started by margn bubu Oct 23, 2017.


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