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004 – Changing The Size Of Your Box

Updated: May 16

Great you’ve made a box!

As seen in our previous blog post, we have shown you how to make a box, now we want to show you how you can change the size of your box in Grasshopper.

Changing the size of your box:

Step 1: Firstly, double click on the canvas, and search for "construct point". Then place the component on the canvas.

Step 1: Changing the size of your box

Step 2: For the second step you need to place the three number sliders. You can do this by writing a number on the canvas, or by going to the Params tab in the top ribbon of Grasshopper, to the Input Group, and then selecting Number Slider. Step 3: Next drag wires from the number sliders to the x, y and z inputs, and drag the construct point output to replace one of the two points used to make your box (A or B input for Box component).

Step 3: Changing the size of your box

Step 4: If you then slide the components, your box will change size.

Step 4: Changing the size of your box

Step 5: Tip - If you move the point around in your Rhino workspace then the ‘box’ will move too.

Step 5: Changing the size of your box

What’s next?

Stay tuned for our next blog post where we will share some useful resources for learning Grasshopper!

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