# Movies of dynamically cross-linked actin fibers

## Homogeneous meshworks

When the fibers are turned over faster than they can form bundles, the result is a homogeneous meshwork. For this we can run a small system (side view and top view). We verify that our results are independent of system size by also considering a larger system (side view and top view). In all of these movies, colored fibers are the ones in bundles (a bundle is a connected cluster of fibers, where each connection is two links spaced one quarter of the fiber length apart).
## Bundle-embedded meshworks

When we increase the turnover time, there are more bundles. For this a small system (side view and top view) is too small and finite size effects will give a large error. We will consider a larger system (side view and top view) for this case.
## Stress relaxtion test

We first perform a stress relaxation test to show how the network relaxes over a timescale of order seconds. The homogeneous meshwork and bundle-embedded meshwork relax on a similar timescale. These movies show 5 seconds of simulation time on a domain of size 2 microns, which is smaller than the domain we actually collect data on.

## Small amplitude oscillatory shear rheology

The rheological studies in our paper are performed with SAOS rheology. Here are examples for a homogeneous meshwork and bundle-embedded meshwork. These movies show 5 seconds of simulation time on a domain of size 2 microns, which is smaller than the domain we actually collect data on. The maximum strain here is 0.2 (for visualization purposes), which is significantly outside the linear regime.