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In this tutorial, we modify a couple of lines from the 

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By: Zach Downey
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This one goes a ways back.

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By: Zach Downey
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Using Grasshopper to offset a rectangular grid of objects and to trim the grid so that only infill or interior objects remain.

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By: Brian Ringley

In this tutorial we look at the foreach loop.

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By: Zach Downey

In this tutorial we take a closer look at the drawings from the Historic American Buildings Survey to get a better understanding of how w

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By: Zach Downey
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Using Grasshopper to extract UV isocurves from surfaces for the purpose of custom toolpathing.

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By: Brian Ringley
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In this year's Halloween Spooktacular we do another SPOOO-OOO-OOKY parametric pumpkin, exploring ghoulish ways to variably scale lists of

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By: Brian Ringley

In this tutorial we cover a some basic arrays/lists.

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Average: 4.8 (13 votes)
By: Zach Downey

In this lesson, Brian shows how to extract isocurves from a surface by count and then based upon a target stepover value.

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By: Brian Ringley

In this tutorial we take our geometery from the Grasshopper definition and thicken it using the offset mesh command.

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By: Zach Downey
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Here's another blast from the past, though not quite as far back as some.

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By: Zach Downey

This is a very simple and somewhat useless class definition to create a line from two points.

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By: Zach Downey

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