# Unified Joint

In this grasshopper example file you can create a unified joint from the intersection of a series of curves by using the dendro plugin.

Script By:Amir hossein khazaei

In this grasshopper example file you can create a unified joint from the intersection of a series of curves by using the dendro plugin.

Script By:Amir hossein khazaei

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## Comments

## Claudio

I would like to take advantage of this definition, to apply it to an “organic Point Cloud”, which defines a certain Volumetric Shape. Each _encounter node is obviously different from the other junctions, either in number of elements or incoming angles). I should adapt this definition for each different Node in particular, (one by one) or could I find All the different Solutions that my volume would have?

Help

Greetings (nice work!Congratulations)

## rezae

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unified-joints-multiple.zipThank you Claudio we are so glad that you liked it.

I’ve attached a sample script from your idea.

I don’t know if that’s relative to your idea or not, please let me know

many thanks,

## Cfeldman

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3DPrinted-Node-02.jpgHello !!!

Thanks for the answer, and the Script!

I am studying it…..i need to see with an object if i can resolve each joints

………..

**I would also like to ask, if this is not

also totally applicable to the other Tutorial(s) example :

1) “Digital Joints”, and

2)”3D Printing Connections”

where someone also asked about taking a volume and trying to solve each node ?.

Greetings

Thank you, this site is full of a lot of Interesting Material!

Greetings

## Cfeldman

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website-connection-joints.jpgand these others 2

## rezae

Hi Claudio, we are so happy to have you here!

It is totally applicable and practical, we will make those scripts in the future. Thank you for your inspiring ideas.

Best