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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

Jewelry webinar | T-Splines blog About six months ago, Australian jeweler Chris Botha started playing with T-Splines for Rhino and posting his results in the T-Splines forum. His gallery thread has turned into the most prolific on our forum, with 161 posts and over 12000 views, and is filled with dozens of jewelry pieces that are distinctively organic. On Friday, October 28, 2011 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT, Chris will present at a free T-Splines webinar, “How T-Splines changed my approach to making jewelry in CAD.” There are still spots available — register now for this free webinar. Jewelry by Chris Botha Jewelry by Chris Botha former CEO of T-Splines, Inc., currently T-Splines and Alias product manager at Autodesk, Inc.

Rhino News, etc. 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

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