Hi Brianw352,Great to hear you taking on the project. Sorry to say but I can't help you out with this. I'm not an expert on electricity/electric components and it's also been 4 years since I worked on this project now. Since then I've focused more on not electric stuff. Hope to get back to it at some point. I'd love to see your project though, do you happen to share the process somewhere?All the best,Siemen
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Thanks and sure! Just search on the grasshopper forum, there's quite a few examples out there.
Sure, that's up to you. :-) Latest release was in 2012 though, and you still keep the license of your Rhino version, even if a newer one is out.
Thanks!Rhino is about half the price you suggest and is a license you own forever. No monthly subscribtion or anything like that. I'm not sure I get what you're trying to say about the price of CAD-software to do this. :-)Disclaimer: I'm not associated with Rhino in any way.
Thanks for the spelling check! :-) I'll fix that soon.
Thank you very much!
Ahhh. So satisfying.
Cool! I want to see a video from that One big woosh!
Nice, thanks! :-)
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