Sverchok is one of the most impressive new Blender add-ons out there. Following the same paradigm as Rhino's Grasshopper, it provides a node-based environment for parametric modeling. Nikitron, Sverchok's developer, shares two brilliant examples of what you can achieve by combining this tool with a laser cutter or a CNC router.
Since Sverchok was developed, there was several users working with it. So, for last few days we have got two real-world items of sverchok. This is realy much fun of sverchok.
The first example was created from Cdriko from the BA forum. The second one I made by myself. There are two tables, made in different ways and it is amazing!!!
It surely is. Thanks for sharing, Nikitron, and keep us in the loop on your work!
This is very intriguing. With the increasing popularity of 3D printing, I hope that the good men at the Blender Foundation consider updating and improving NURBS capabilities.
And not just Nurbs; modifiers could use some tweaking and more (modifying?) options.
Woah! It's very cool! :) And shows how it's practical!
We showed two ways. Lets go and make something. We need feedbacks from users to improve and bugfixing.