20090524

Tensegrity Wall Follow Up

I got exactly one request for the family from the tensegrity wall post from last week, but couldn't resist rebuilding it anyway. It's made pretty differently than the first one I did back in November, but I think this is better.
Download the rfa file from here.

5 comments:

  1. It's a beautiful thing...thanks Zach.

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  2. Hey Zach,

    Just looking at this. Pretty cool and it basically shows the validity of bring these same tools into the standard Revit family templates. However, I downloaded your file and attempted to adjust it and as soon as I do I get 29 constraint errors and it wants to delete the type. It also has errors when I open up any of the nested families. I'm wondering if you are using a new unreleased build or something?

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  3. Hi Chris,
    Thanks for taking a look, I see what you mean with the flexing. I just opened up the file and cleaned out a couple older families from the first go around with the tensegrity model. Looks like it's working much better now. Please re-download from the same link, the new unzipped file is called tenseWall2_buildz3.rfa

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  4. Hello .
    I created a family same http://www.liftarchitects.com/journal/2007/10/5/tensegrity-wall.html
    but to have a curtain wall with this family. Must I do ?

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  5. i LIKE. keep UP THE GOOD WORK AND MORE TUTORIALS.

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