MultiPipe for Grasshopper Explained | Rhino 7

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MultiPipe is a game-changer component that comes with Rhino 7. It’s a SubD command that can be found in both Rhino and Grasshopper. For all of you who want to use it in Grasshopper make sure to use Rhino 7.2 or newer.

In this Rhino 7 Grasshopper tutorial, we’ll go through each input of MultiPipe component (Curves, NodeSize, SizePoints, EndOffset, StrutSize, Segment, KinkAngle, CubeFit) and show how we can use each one in different examples.

The extended version of this tutorial is going to be a separate video that’s going to cover how we can transform every surface into a weave pattern using LunchBox, Weaverbird and Multipipe.

0:00 – Intro
0:14 – Rhino for Architects Course
1:01 – Node Size
2:33 – End Offset, Strut Size, Segments
6:06 – Kink Angle
7:36 – CubeFit
10:06 – Point Size (1)
12:12 – Point Size (2)
14:28 – Extended Tutorial

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