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11 The Grasshopper toolbox contains a set of functions that can be used to communicate with FEM-Design through StruXML allowing its users to create parametric models, run iterative analyses and create automated workflows.
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13 = Installation =
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15 In order to use FEM-Design API for Grasshopper you need to have Rhino with Grasshopper installed on your computer. The FEM-Design API toolbox is installed simply by placing the Grasshopper Assembly file:
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17 * [[https:~~/~~/www.food4rhino.com/app/fem-design-api-toolbox>>url:https://www.food4rhino.com/app/fem-design-api-toolbox||rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank"]]
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19 in the components folder where you have installed Rhino:
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21 * ...\Rhino 6\Plug-ins\Grasshopper\Components\
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23 Make sure that you unblock the the file by right-clicking on it going to Properties>General>Unblock. If the file is not unblocked an error message will be prompted in Rhino when loading Grasshopper. When you restart Rhino and open Grasshopper you will find the FEM-Design API toolbox in the FemDesign tab.
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25 = Examples =
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27 * [[Hello world>>doc:.Getting started.WebHome]]
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29 = Source code =
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31 The source code is open-source and is available at github:
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33 * [[https:~~/~~/github.com/strusoft/femdesign-api/tree/grasshopper>>https://github.com/strusoft/femdesign-api/tree/grasshopper||rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank"]]
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