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At 7:54am on May 30, 2018, Jose said…

Hi Rajaa,

I've just finished the tutorial Fixed Gap but now I want to do something more... I want to split the main surface (the loft) with the curves from the offsets in order to get only the frame. How can I do it?

Many thanks!!

FixedGap.gh

split%20surface%20with%20Panelling%20tools.JPG

FixedGap.JPG

At 6:35am on October 14, 2016, Andrew Phillips said…

Hi Rajaa, i got the download but does not specify operating system. And does not install to 64 bit machine.

At 6:04am on October 14, 2016, Andrew Phillips said…

Thank you.

At 5:44am on October 14, 2016, Andrew Phillips said…

Hi Rajaa, you are an amazing programmer. Is there a 64bit version of grasshopper for rhino v5?

At 2:24am on August 24, 2016, Adam said…

beyondx@foxmail.com

It is my e-mile address,many thanks to you 

At 2:22am on August 24, 2016, Adam said…

Hi Rajaa ,the files in you poster (http://www.grasshopper3d.com/profiles/blogs/generative-algorithms)are not esist ,could you send it to me or attach it again please,thank you very much.

At 11:36am on June 8, 2011, spiral said…
Please for the complete, modify the scheme in a file, replace the lines on the curves- smooth curves (PROJECTED) bound for the curved panels,  and close to the surface (body to rotate)?  How to keep the length of the panel edge constant over the entire surface? Please  send the file (diagridcomplete) with these changes.
For complex surfaces istrument paneligtools works unstable.
Perfectly replaces your file GHX (diagrid...
At 11:39pm on June 4, 2011, spiral said…
Now I have a great tool for the realization of dreams.
Your programs Rajaa reflect the living nature in the figures.
I collect the shell mesh reflecting your codes. They take shape in the hands of the viewer. It is interesting to make a movie about your work. The viewer could compare the behavior of mathematical structures on a computer screen and touch their hands. I bow my head before the Queen of the code of life.
"... les surfaces qui définissent nos gestes, et les déchirures extraordinaires, les arabesques fluides, les chambres informes, créées dans un réseau pénétrant tout, par la rayure grinçante du tremblement des insectes, le roulis des arbres, les roues, le sourire humain, la marée. Parfois, les traces de ce qu’il a imaginé se laissent voir sur les sables, sur les eaux ; parfois sa rétine elle-même peut comparer, dans le temps, à quelque objet la forme de son déplacement".
At 9:08am on August 30, 2010, Matt Gaydon said…
Hi Rajaa

Sorry... though i had attached link hopefully this time it will work.
Bake Text to Layer.ghx

Thats the file then i used Mitch's Monkey script from here to convert it to single line text for the lazer cutter.

http://www.grasshopper3d.com/forum/topics/text-curves-from-a-string?xg_source=activity%22

Matt
At 5:23am on August 27, 2010, Matt Gaydon said…
Morning Rajaa

Just a quick msg to say I downloaded your VBscipt for Baking Layers using GH input for names etc and merged it with another Script to Bake/Write Text to Layer using GH Inputs. I hope you don't mind.

Here is a link to the blog post with the file

I did notice though that the script for the Create Layer seems to be missing the required code for the boolean toggle to work.

Hope you well
Matt
At 12:50pm on May 30, 2010, Nils said…
"Essential Mathematics" is a really nice book that gets better and better. Thanks!
At 1:05am on April 5, 2010, Keychany Ryu said…
I sent an E-mail rajaa@mcneel.com.
Is it right?
At 11:11pm on March 31, 2010, Keychany Ryu said…
When I finish the works, I will give my links...
At 10:21am on July 1, 2009, MARIO VERGARA said…
Hi Rajaa!....i was wondering, any news on p.tools integration with gh??
i've only seen this...
http://dig-t-a.blogspot.com/2009/04/paneling-tools-in-grasshopper.html
thanks for this great tool!

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