algorithmic modeling for Rhino

I uploaded Jewelry design modeling with using Voronoi Example.

















This file includes Brazil rendering setup.





















1)Create 3D Curves.




















2)Creat surface with 2Railsweep in Rhino and extract UV curves from outer Ring surface.

  Place some points.




















3)Create Voronoi, points are also can be moved in random.





















4)Create peridoic curve from Voronoi pattern, offset distance is available.





















5)If you don't like created curves, Baked to Rhino and modify it.





















6)MapSurf to base surface. Here, to make complete intersection with base surface,

offset two base surface and Mapsur, then create 4 section curves then loft them.





















7)Bake loft surfaces and split base surface.





















8)Use blendsurf to trimmed edges.

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Comment by Oliver Hampel on June 20, 2015 at 3:03pm

Thank you Atsuo... Great walk trough

Comment by Pierre from Paris on February 6, 2015 at 10:57am


The ghx file is not working with Rhino5 and last version of Grasshopper. It's a bit complex to understand, I tried but some of the components used seem not working anymore on the last version of Rhino / Grasshopper. Would it be possible to get somewhere an update version of the script ?

Thanks very much for your help,


Comment by Atsuo Nakajima on September 19, 2011 at 5:17pm

Hi Ajeiqbe

Use Rhino command CreateUVCrv.

All surface has square 2D UV curves internally.

This means all geometry inside of UV curves, it can be mapped backed to original surface.

Hope it would help.

Comment by Steve Lewis on September 19, 2011 at 1:52pm
Comment by Jordan Lane on June 4, 2011 at 2:37am

Fantastic work. 


I am going to give this a try! 





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