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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

In Autocad it is really easy to unfillet or change a radius of a filleted curve. Unfortunately in Rhino this is not possible (or I'm missing something really big here :)).

That's why I've wrote a nifty unfillet script in Grasshopper. As input you can put any polyline that has some or all corners filleted. Warning though, a spline doesn't work, only a polyline that has filleted corners.

P.S. Only works in Rhino v5 and you need python for grasshopper: http://www.food4rhino.com/project/ghpython

Cheers!

2012_UnfilletCurve.gh

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Comment by Arie-Willem de Jongh on November 5, 2012 at 8:44am

Thanks dude! If you could send me those, that would be great! In some rare cases this script is still a little buggy. I would like to take a look at those scripts, thanks again!

Comment by kleerkoat on November 4, 2012 at 12:45pm

nice, thanks for sharing!  i have a 3 RhinoScripts that Pascal wrote to do this. One lets you pick the corners to sharpen, one does all the corners, and the third I forgot cause I only use the 2. If you are interested in them message me.

There is the ModifyRadius command in Rhino, but you can only enter a percentage to increase or decrease.

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