Ethan, Thank you so much! I tried to understand your coding and I have never used lunch box very much so for your definition I got a little bit confused when it goes to that part. I understood that u get the cylinders aligned and then wrap the circle around it. I am still getting used to gh so I am reviewing the “boxes” you used in your definition (such as for Sporph) because I got a little confused with inputs you chose, but I guess that is just me not knowing how to use the program efficiently. But thank you very much. Also, one weird thing is that I tried to remove the thickness form the surfaces, however when I do that the circle to do not really touch each other, they have a small gap between them but after some time trying to understand it I couldn’t figure it out how to make them touch each other. Any opinions on this ?
Seguier, I trying for hours to reproduce the shape you created. Can you give me some hints on it? I liked how you simplified the shape. I tried to create the shape as a whole, which means that I didn’t start with the module itself but tried to make a parametric shape like the result of compiling all modules. How was your approach to that? did you begin the module? Also, I strugled a lot with thinking how to orient the arcs over the triangle edge, did you choose a random arc length or does it relate to something within the module? I still couldn’t figure out how to find the touching point of both arcs or how to determine the radius of the circle that generates this arc.
Thank you so much!