Kagome Pattern [Triaxial Weaving] Grasshopper Definition

Kagome Weave (triaxial)

The Kagome Pattern is a Japanese Weaving technique used for centuries now, similar or possibly a version of triaxial weaving. The weaving materials are mainly bamboo wood , straws ect. For more on triaxial weaving and the Kagome Patterns jump here. I have composed a grasshopper definition to recreate this weaving technique. It works both on open and closed Nurms surfaces and has a variety of parametrically controlled variables.

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This is a quick attempt so it may contain some bugs, any feedback is really valuable. Go to the [Sub]code page to download the definition.

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Enjoy!!!

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