Dynamo dynashape

dynashape

#1

hi use dynashape pacages
ıts awesome. ı m new in dynamo ı want to use adaptive component for point
ı add some graph but it isnt work
please help me
thanks a lot
ı cant upload because ım new user


#2

Hi,

We cannot help you if you don’t at least :

  • Specify what your problem is
  • Deposit your .dyn OR take a complete screenshot of your graph with the preview of all the nodes turned on

#3

ı cant upload revit and dynamo files but ı attach screenshot. ı hope they help to explain my problem
thanks for help


#4

try an adative family with 4 points, not just two


#5

The not at a pc suggestion.

An adaptive component based on two points, as shown, will need an input list that has pairs of points.

List 0

  • List 0
    • Point 1
    • Point 2
  • List 1
    • Point 1
    • Point 2

If an adaptive component using 4 points (as @Marcel_Rijsmus has suggested) is required then each sublist within the input list will need to contain 4 points (ordered to suit the specific placement of the component, I.e. clockwise around the 4 points for each “face”)

List 0

  • List 0
    • Point 1
    • Point 2
    • Point 3
    • Point 4
  • List 1
    • Point 1
    • Point 2
    • Point 3
    • Point 4

So understanding how the node positions have been sorted/created will be step 1 for you. Have a go and let us know :grinning:


#6

ı use two adaptive point family
and ı try create list but it isnt work
ı attached the screenshot

thanks a lot


#7

Continuing the discussion from Dynamo dynashape:

hi ewan

ı try list create and transpose with two point adaptive but
it isnt cover surface
how can ı fix this ı dont know
please help me
thanks for advice


#8

try an adative family with 4 points, not just two4Pt_adap.rfa (444 KB)


#9

Hi

ı run with 4 point adaptive
but ıt placed each one all of one points


#10

You gonna need to group your points by fours
Then you probably need Diamond panel by Lunchbox.
I’m not at a machine with Revit on it now, but read this and the manuals and use google for paneling stuff.
Autodesk University is a good source aswell.