# Kangaroo Physics 2D Truss

In this grasshopper example file, You can model a parametric truss by using the kangaroo physics plugin.

In this grasshopper example file by panelizing a surface you can morph any given module inside it by using the “morph to twistedbox” component from pufferfish.

# Soap Film Pavilion

In this advanced lesson, we are going to convert the relaxed mesh into a NURBS surface and learn how to penalize it using Weaverbird, Kangaroo, and Lunchbox.

# Sweep Shell

In this Paracourse Lesson, we are going to model a parametric freeform surface by defining two sections and a polar based rail. Then we are going to model a series of trusses and convert the surface into triangular panels.

# Lunchbox Truss

In this grasshopper definition by modeling two series of parametric curves and then using the Lunchbox plugin you can model a parametric truss.

In this Rhino Grasshopper Architecture tutorial, we are going to model a parametric facade from scratch. The windows will extrude based on the height of the panels and we will use the Lunchbox plugin to model the Panels.

# Diamond Panel

In this grasshopper definition a 2d pattern panel is created using the diamond panels of the Lunch box plug-in and different variants of the diamond panel is created using basic components to control thickness and shape.

# 5- Space Frame

In this Paracourse Lesson, we are going to optimize the shape of a space truss using Grasshopper and Galapagos. First, we are going to explain how to make the space truss by using two parametric surfaces and the Lunchbox component and then we are using the Millipede Plugin to optimize the structure.

# Diamond Panels

In this Lunchbox grasshopper tutorial, I will show you how you can make complete diamond panels on a closed NURBS surface. First, we will use the lunchbox plugin to produce the panels and then we fix the triangle panels by combining them into diamonds and finally combine them back together.

In this Rhino Grasshopper tutorial, I will model a series of panels which change their size based on point attractors. First, we will use the lunchbox plugin to make the facade and then we use the attractor technique to scale the panels in one direction and finish the Parametric Facade.