Welcome to the Components Library section!

In this section, we are gathering individual components in Grasshopper with short mini tutorials so you can learn how to use them at a basic level. These beginner-level lessons will help you understand more complicated example files easier and faster.

Grasshopper Components Library

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to use the Region Intersection component to find the Intersection between two sets of planar closed curves (regions).

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to use the member index component to sort a series of geometries or data which are similar.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to use the Sphere Collide component from the Kangaroo Plugin.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to use the Blend Box component and how you can combine it with box morph.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to use the Polar array component to make a parametric Network Surface.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to convert a series of curves into a single mesh using the Dendro plugin.

In this Grasshopper tutorial you will learn how the Arc component works and how you can give it an Arc Dimension.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how the Pipe Variable components works.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to extract the U and V curves from a NURBS surface.

In this Grasshopper tutorial for beginners you will learn how to use the Spin Force component to generate a parametric spinning field.

After learning about the flatten, now we have to know where to graft the inputs to get our desired results.

After learning about the Partition list, it's time to learn how to destroy the data trees with flatten and also change them with flip matrix.

Now we will learn how to manage data with more tools like list length , partition list and simplify.

Now we have learned the basics of the canvas we will take a look at the most important aspect of data management in grasshopper called the "longest list".

In the introductory lesson, we'll explore the Grasshopper 1.0 canvas and familiarize ourselves with its fundamental features.