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Rhinoceros Grasshopper Space Frame In this tutorial we will look at how to generate a spaceframe. Although the beginning is quite straight forward , the difficulty arises when the top frame has to be defined. It tackles a typical problem with Grasshopper , the list and tree editing. The Design Space frame Before we start building the grasshopper model we should determine some of its basic properties. So our variables/parameters are: the length and width of our bottom grid height of the spaceframe the thickness of the frame elements. Step 1 - Preparing the Rhino scene Drawing a curved line First of all we need to define our roof in Rhino. Our curve It's probably easiest to draw the curve in “Right”-view. Extrude curve Now we will extrude this surface in a straight line. Extrude curve in Front-view It's probably easiest to extrude the curve in “Front”-view. Our roof surface Our surface should look something like this. Step 2 - Starting the Grasshopper model Create a Surface component Connect the Surface component to the Rhino surface

Code & Form Rhino Rss Feed Interactive Parametrics Workshop W/ Studio Mode And Makerbot Friday January 14th 1AM Interactive Parametrics Workshop with Studio Mode and MakerBot, NYC Feb 19-20/21 I’m excited to announce that I will be doing a workshop in interactive parametric modelling with Studio Mode and MakerBot in New York, Feb 19-20 with an optional extra day on Feb 21 . We will be using Processing along with CAD tools like Rhino3D to produce parametric models to output 3D models for digital fabrication. Processing Intro On Modelab Saturday October 9th 10PM Processing introduction post on Studio Mode’s modeLab blog. Arc Drawings Sunday September 26th 10AM Rhino: Randcube.rvb Thursday February 14th 7AM Rhinoscript At Mit Iap Monday February 11th 2PM

rhinoscript Archive for rhinoscript 100915_ TVMNY in Contemporary Digital Architecture Dimitris Kottas | Contemporary Digital Architecture: Design & Techniques Many thanks to Dimitris Kottas for featuring some of MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY™ works. “This book presents the latest developments of digital technologies in the field of architecture. Barcelona, 2010. 22.4 x 22.6cm, colour illustrations, 387pp. 101010_Updates Proposal(s) and Speculation(s) | Click on image 100922_TVMNY in Form+Code | Casey Reas Form+Code - a new book from Casey Reas, Chandler Mc Williams and LUST - is featuring Aperiodic Vertebrae V2.0 designed by MARC FORNES :: THEVERYMANY™ “Once the exclusive domain of programmers, code is now being used by a new generation of designers, artists, and architects eager to explore how software can enable innovative ways of generating form and translating ideas. 100809-12_MF @St Louis | Wash. Material Resonance | August 09-12, 2010 St. Sponsored By McNeel Rhinoceros

Rhino I’m excited to announce that I will be doing a workshop in interactive parametric modelling with Studio Mode and MakerBot in New York, Feb 19-20 (with an optional extra day on Feb 21). We will be using Processing along with CAD tools like Rhino3D to produce parametric models to output 3D models for digital fabrication. MakerBot Industries have graciously offered to lend us some MakerBot Thing-o-matics to produce models from the workshop. Participants are also free to use on-site KNK High-Force cutters. The full announcement follows below, please visit Studio Mode’s announcement for enrollment and more details. Also check out the series of Processing primers I’ve been writing in preparation for the workshop. Continued… 3D printing, architecture, digital-fabrication, makerbot, parametric-design, processing.org, studio mode, Workshops Our proposed collaboration will join knowledge of materials and manufacturing processes with the flexibility and real-time nature of Processing applications.

3a. Ribs – Rhinoscript « Digital Fabrication in Architecture Group 1. Use Control Point Curve to create 3 different profiles closed shape. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. (Note : Put U, V & W sections in different layers & do 1 direction at a time). You can do two of the tree directions each time. U = 30 numbers 9. 10. 11. Using Surface from Planar Curves to create surface. 12. Another way is using RhinoScript will be as follows : On the top view window, draw lines or grids across the surface you selected. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. The scripts can be downloaded in the following link: CutMyOwnRibsV3_en.rvb: unroll_multiple1.rvb: sectioning.rvb: (To save the script on the web site to a .rvb file, click ‘Tools’ -> ‘RhinoScript’ -> ’Edit’. Sending file to Epilog laser engraving machine from Rhino 1 Mark points at the two opposite corner of the rectangle of cutting area. 2 You may also move the labeling on the ribs. 4 Adjust the scale. 5. Like this:

Scripting Essentials Getting Started with Scripting Getting started with scripting can be a daunting task for numerous reasons: not knowing exactly where and how best to start, the mountains of documentation available, etc., so below’s an abbreviated approach that should help. Concentrate first on creating simple scripts using the Documentation and Steps to Developing Scripts. Setting up toolbars and toolbar buttons and having scripts load automatically at startup can come later on. The scripting tool referred to here is RhinoScript accompanying Rhino, the 3D modeling software. An evaluation copy of Rhino can be obtained from the McNeel website ( Hello World! 1) Tools menu: RhinoScript > Edit … (alternatively, Command line: _EditScript) or use a simple text editor, like Windows Notepad, to create and edit your script; save with the .rvb file extension (in this case, save as HelloWorld.rvb) Sub HelloWorld Rhino.MessageBox (“Hello World!”) (select HelloWorld from the list and press OK)

-- Computational Design Solutions Part I -- Welcome! This is a showcase of all the work done for an IAP course on RhinoScripting. Please feel free to download samples of the work here. Course Instructors Kenfield Griffith [ kenfield@mit.edu ]John Snavely [ snavely@mit.edu ] Course Schedule: Comp_Design_Schedule.pdfLecture I: lecture1.pdfLecture II: lecture2.pdf Homework I: Exercise1.pdfSource Files: your_name_bridge.rvb (right click "save as")Final: Final.pdfSource Files:simplefractal.rvb (right click "save as")recursion.rvb (right click "save as") Resources This page has links to the Rhino News Group. Software and plugins for Rhino. Fantastic resource for Rhinoscripts and Advice. General VBScript Reference. Stelios is not only an incredible programmer, but generous with his work. Notepad2 is a free text editor with syntax highlighting.

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