Hi Daniel@DanielPiker , thank you for the starter. This is very similar to my current research. May I ask you for some hints on the more complex pattern simulation?
#A. The pattern to simulate
#B. The crease I feed to the rod component
.2#internal pattern (/per zone, one color stands for one crease)
#C. Reason of my choice
From my understanding, the core of the simulation is the angle constraint. I assume the internal pattern may affect the exterior pattern as well. One proof is that I feed the crease as following.
Then there is no constraint between interior and exterior. It will be like this:
#. Question want to ask
Since my strategy is to make sure the crease is in one system, I also make sure this is the same as my 3d printing path.
I was wondering is there a better way to make the crease affect the system as a “whole”? Or do you think there is something I can implement? My simulation result is the following and you might notice the edge is not curvy as the 3d printing file(which is 3d scanned after printing).
Thank you in advance!
201113_textile_simulation_XXH.gh (31.8 KB)