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## Karamba3D's Blog

### Karamba3D Workshop in Vienna

We are glad to be once again hosting a Karamba3D workshop in Vienna.

July 3-5 2018

Early bird rates until May 10.

Details can be found at https://karamba3d.com/workshops

Posted on May 2, 2019 at 3:04am — 1 Comment

### Karamba3d Workshop

Here are you can stay up to date with our workshop dates:

Next Workshop: November 28-30 in Vienna

https://www.karamba3d.com/workshops/

We hope to see you there!

Posted on April 15, 2018 at 3:00pm — 1 Comment

### Online Tutorials - Karamba <> Revit Workflow

Junghwo Park has created 4 video tutorials explaining different workflow processes from Karamba and Revit using Dynamo and Geometry Gym. The full definitions for all 4 tutorials will be live on our website shortly!

See all 4 different tutorials on our Grasshopper…

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Posted on January 8, 2016 at 10:00am

### karamba video tutorial 02 - simple parametric truss

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Posted on June 11, 2012 at 7:37am

At 3:48am on May 28, 2020, asem said…

Hi

I'm working on traditional domes and I want to do my analysis with karamba. The material used is brick and I want to give thickness to the dome. When thickening in karamba comment, the thickness of the dome is extruded to inside or outside of the dome! For example, the outside to outside of the dome's span is 10 meters and the thickness of the dome is 1 meter toward the inside. When modeling, how much should I consider the span of the dome?

At 9:37am on March 31, 2020, Luis Miguel Uribe said…

Hi, I need help with this case.

I want my structure to be deformed like the orange line, I already removed restrictions for rotation and it didn´t work. I'll be very grateful if someone can solve this.

At 4:22pm on December 9, 2016, Alexia Ch said…
Can someone help me with the definition of karamba cross range selctor connected to galapagos?!?!?!
At 9:36am on November 2, 2014, ghaith Tish said…

Hi,

Thanks for the reply.It was  an attempt to see how far can I go with the form finding using karamba for my master thesis .I was trying to simulate core material.I discovered It is not realistic to do this in grasshopper since that needs professional fem software "3d meshes ".I am now using Autodesk robot to simulate different iteration of the model to prove it works first.Then I will look if it is that important to use the interface between grasshopper and the fem software.I would appreciate any advice from you.I am also looking for buckling analysis to evaluate modes to refine my design for modal displacement and deflection later on.

At 11:49am on October 15, 2014, ghaith Tish said…

Hi,

I am trying to get an inner structure for a shell design that I am designing.I have tried this simple unite using the shell element in Karamba but the results are far beyond expectation.My reference was the waffle gh file in the examples.for the inner structure.The meshes are fine the first image shows the millipede solver result.So the problem is not a mesh problem and not a material problem because I tweaked the materials with no improved results.is it a shell element problem that I don't know ??

The backed image shows the inner walls without the outer ones although the outer ones are included in the calculation.

At 4:59am on February 25, 2013, djordje said…

Hi Karamba,
I know that all of you are quite busy and trying to help users as much as you can.
As was just wondering if you could take a look at thistopic related to buckling of members in Karamba. Robert started replying but, he might be busy until the end of the week.
So if you have some tiny amount of spare time, I would be very grateful.

Danke.

At 6:07am on January 23, 2012, andreas P said…

I understood the FFFcomponent as a tool to eliminate the less used beams.

the TCE defines the most usage in compression <OR> tension. i think i need both criteria.

+ there is the old problem of leafing single beams, what doesn´t look useful at all.

-however I just wanted to redefine our work of the workshop - i wasn´t able to craete the same structure -yet !

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