i am a brand new user of rhino and grasshopper. I generated a hexagon in rhino and i need to scale the geometry according to two values. In the picture there are two values, v0 and v1. I will scale the object scaling those values. for example, v0 = 1 and v1 = 1, v0 = 2 and v1 = 1 etc. I would be appreciated for any help with this problem.
I can not provide any gh file because my files are really simple and i am trying to learn the basics of Grasshopper. But i will provide my files in the further questions. Sorry for inconvenience. By the way thank you very much @taraskydon this file will help to understand not just the genration of scaled geometry.
is it possible to limit the length of these polygonal cells ? For example 50 mm in the x direction and 13 mm in the y direction ? I could not find a suitable answer in the forum. Any advice would be really valuable for me.
i am trying to define different geometric shapes and also different kind of merge using move command. On the other hand, what you showed me was really tricky and helpful. In the file below, i was trying to generate new paneling of the rectangle geometry but i could not scale the geometry in the x and y direction as you did in the previous example. You used rectangular array but i could not make it happen using rectangular array command. Could you please help to overcome this problem.Okantopcu_Modified1_1.gh (17.5 KB)
since the last message, i was trying to use paneling method for different kind of shapes. Actually, only reasonable advice which i found in this forum, completing the shapes into an rectangular. And hence i may get one or two combinations of connections. In particular of the shape above, i would like to panel in the 1st row just like you did in the picture, then in the second row, i would like to start paneling from the second column ( for example ). By doing that i will get edge connections, rather than the vertices. Is it possible to arrange ( rearrange ) the paneling grids by manually. For instance by using Phyton etc. Here some example trials using Lunchbox. Hexagons are simple to generate but for custom shapes, i guess paneling tool is a good option.