Grasshopper

algorithmic modeling for Rhino

# Mesghali Studio Grasshopper Master Tools . Volume 01

I've created a running Grasshopper Definition that i feel can be useful to people using the plug-in and Rhino in general for professional work in retail environments, furniture / carpentry and general fabrication.

I will add updated versions as I build more tools in my practice and organize the file as feedback comes in. Feel free to reach out if you have an issue using them or need further explanation.

There are three main functions in the toolkit for now:

1. Turn any brep box into a series of butt jointed sheets

2. Turn any brep box into a series of mitered sheets

3. Turn any flat surface into an adjustable fabricated wall flat with front facing sheets and studs (warning, only works in one direction, parallel to x axis)

This is a work in progress. Open to any and all feedback:

Master_Tools_Vol_01.gh

Master_Tools_Geometry.3dm

You can either open the associated Rhino file, or rely on internalized data in the script. Same thing.

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Comment by Ehsaan Mesghali on November 21, 2017 at 11:53am

OOOOO i never heard of that. great addition, okay thanks so much.

Comment by Siemen on November 21, 2017 at 11:52am

I'll check it out another time. By internalized I mean geometry that is drawn in Rhino and which you use those definitions on. So when you've linked a surface, which you drew in rhino, to the grasshopper file then you can right click and press "internalize data". Then if you delete the surface in Rhino, the surface is still saved in grasshopper.

Comment by Ehsaan Mesghali on November 21, 2017 at 11:49am

I just added an associated rhino file in the blog post. let me know if that helps :) by internalized do you mean a geometry that is self constructed in grasshopper with parameters instead of sourced?

Comment by Siemen on November 21, 2017 at 11:48am

A big help would be if you internalize some geometry as an example. Now it is kind of guessing on which scale (or in which direction) you need to draw something to try and get a result.

Comment by Ehsaan Mesghali on November 21, 2017 at 10:30am

thanks for the feedback. i just looked into the file and i think i can organize it better. im also going to upload a video to my youtube channel explaining the whole thing. If any components or parts are outdated let me know. i tried to make sure its compatible with the latest releases.

Comment by Siemen on November 21, 2017 at 4:30am

I can see some of these tools being quite useful. But I think as of now they're a bit hard to figure out / buggy to use.

Comment by Ehsaan Mesghali on November 16, 2017 at 2:02pm

im going to explain it with a video soon.

Comment by Luis Fraguada on November 16, 2017 at 5:36am

What does it do? If useful, consider posting it on food4Rhino.

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