- Bake with attributes
- Reference by user text
- Reference by attributes
- Filter (by) attributes
- Get attributes
- Modify attributes
Full roundup of attribute related components is listed below
New in this release is the ability to extract a full set of attributes from an object and process and modify these attributes in parallel to the objects. "The filter (by) User Attribute" component is now able to filter these attributes and filter Grasshopper objects in parallel.
All tools are designed to work with worksession files. A typical workflow would be:
- Have all your input geometry brought in by means of one or multiple worksession files.
- Reference the geometry in Grasshopper based on filters. A data tree will be created with one branch for each property.
- Process the geometry in Grasshopper and bake the new geometry in your clean and empty model.
On top of that EleFront includes as suite of components that allow for baking annotation objects to Rhino. These include:
- Angular Dimensions
- Linear Dimensions
- Text dots
All of which can be baked with all attributes mentioned before. Drawing generation for huge projects is now a breeze. With Elefront it is possible to create thousands of drawings within a single session.
The "Data Description" parameter will hugely help you organize your definitions, by allowing you to set a description which will automatically be updated downstream if you modify the description.
We have tested this project, but it might contain still bugs. Please use it "as is", it does not come with warranties. We spent a lot of time developing the logic and implementing it, please give credit where credit is due.
- Drag the gha file from your download folder straight onto the canvas. The Elefront tab should now appear in your Grasshopper interface.