# Tensile Kangaroo

In this grasshopper example file, you can model a parametric tensile structure by using the Kangaroo2 Plugin. The corners of the mesh has been used as the anchors.

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## Comments

## VanessaSabrina

Hi ! I do have Kangaroo Physics ( Kangaroo 2 ) Components plus 2 Kangaroo Components. Why is this divided into 2 Plug- Ins ? Many regards Vanessa

## rezae

Hi Vanessa,

The right one is the download link from our website the right one is the official download link.

Both of them are same.

## VanessaSabrina

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K.jpgHi ! Sry I probably did not define this very well : In Grasshopper, there is a Plug- In, called

Kangaroo 2 ( 11 SubMenu ), and a second, different Plug- In

Kangaroo, with only 2 Components.

Am I missing components in this second Kangaroo Plug- In ?

Many regards

Vanessa

## rezae

Hi Vanessa,

Sorry for misunderstanding. No everything is alright then.

Some features of Kangaroo (1) is preinstalled on rhino 6 and later versions but if you want to use Kangaroo 2 you have to download it.

All of our examples and tutorials are working with Kangaroo 2

Let me know if you have any problem