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 This week's assignment was to create a parametrical pattern using **Grasshopper**,​ the plugin for Rhino, and 3D print it. I created 2 designs - one 3D printed on fabric and one stand alone design. Both were printed using flexible filament. To download the file for the weave, visit: [[https://​oscircularfashion.herokuapp.com/​project/​-L6RBZO2WvKMLb8Uni3l|https://​oscircularfashion.herokuapp.com/​project/​-L6RBZO2WvKMLb8Uni3l]] This week's assignment was to create a parametrical pattern using **Grasshopper**,​ the plugin for Rhino, and 3D print it. I created 2 designs - one 3D printed on fabric and one stand alone design. Both were printed using flexible filament. To download the file for the weave, visit: [[https://​oscircularfashion.herokuapp.com/​project/​-L6RBZO2WvKMLb8Uni3l|https://​oscircularfashion.herokuapp.com/​project/​-L6RBZO2WvKMLb8Uni3l]]
  
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 ===== First design ===== ===== First design =====
  
-For the first design, in Grasshopper I created a square grid using number sliders for the X and Y so that the grid can be adjusted to any size. I then used the points in the centre of each square as the starting point for a circle. I made the radius of the circles controllable using a number slider. I then used the pipe function to make the circles more solid.+For the first design, in Grasshopper I created a square grid (via the Vector tab) using number sliders for the X and Y so that the grid can be adjusted to any size. I then used the points in the centre of each square as the starting point for a circle. I made the radius of the circles controllable using a number slider. I then used the pipe function to make the circles more solid.
  
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 After this, I used the settings below in **Cura** (the program for slicing designs ready to be 3D printed) to print the design on fabric. I had to clip the fabric to the bedplate in order to keep the fabric stationary. I used a slower speed because the flexible filament needs more time to be extruded. After this, I used the settings below in **Cura** (the program for slicing designs ready to be 3D printed) to print the design on fabric. I had to clip the fabric to the bedplate in order to keep the fabric stationary. I used a slower speed because the flexible filament needs more time to be extruded.
  
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 ==== Second design ==== ==== Second design ====