Introduction to interface and navigation of GenerativeComponents with a short exercise to create a Point Array
This tutorial is dedicated to learn some basic tools inside GenerativeComponents. It will help get you familiar with some functions and replication principles.You can download the GCT file that I used in the tutorial below.
Build a 3D Feature Type (adaptable Component) using LawCurve as a input control
Learn how to create a 3d Feature Type (Adaptable Component) using some features inside GC.
Learn how to create a point using sine function and populate a component By Default using some functions.
GC & Excel
This tutorial is dedicated to learn how to import and export data from GC and Excel. This tool its very useful to add more variation to your designs and have more control over your file.
It consist in 3 parts, the 1st part shows how to create a Feature Type (Adaptable Component) using a Solid, the 2nd part teaches how to replicate this Feature using different options of replication (important, in this section you will learn how to load the Excel feature). The 3rd part shows how to import and export Data from Excel and GC to modify the component replicated in the 2nd part.
Files_Excel Data File, GCT Component & GCT Replication
1st Part_ Basic Feature Type_Solid
2nd Part_Replication_Load Excel Feature
3rd Part_Export and Import Data from Excel and GC
Write a Function
This tutorial is dedicated to show how to create some connections between to elements using Line Feature ByFunction. It's a good example for start learning how to write conditions and functions in GC and add more complexity to your designs.
It seems that I can only open the first and last videos listed on the page.
I receive an error message for the rest that state the following:
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It might be blocked from our side but why would it then view the first and last videos ?
I might need to check from an outside network to access them if that is the case.
Thanks and much appreciated