The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Sept. 21st – Sept. 27th
I will start this weeks roundup off with a little flattery as Autodesk’s Revit 2015 R2 incorporates something that’s a lot like Boost Your BIM’s API add-in from 2013.
Here is another post about this same feature from Revit OpEd as well as the Load into Project and Close feature.
Have issues with Revision clouds and revision in general in Revit? Then check out this post form BIM 42
Some more info on Revisions, this time on tags from The Revit Geek
Next is a link from What Revit Wants for a Dynamo Presentation by Zach Kron
If you do more on the construction side you might be interested in this post from ThinkBIM about Tekla and BuildingPoint ANZ
Steve over at Revit OpEd fills us in on some of the updates to Revit MEP with the Revit 2015 R2 release form last week.
Now who doesn’t like drones right? Well if you are thinking about getting a Drone for your company you should check this post out first from Con App Guru
Level of Detail or is it Level of Development? Well Laura over at BIM Freak tackles that questions and gives us her thoughts in this Blog post
Are you a student, are you using Autodesk’s 360 rendering? if the answer is yes than you want to check out this post from The Revit Kid right now!
Scott over at The Revit Jedi has a great post about Running a BIM Lead Meeting. I the post I was introduced to a new Blog “BIMBicycle Blog” with another good post about How to run a BIM Startup Meeting.
We have not had enough Navisworks posts, and this one comes from What Revit Wants about your CIP folder from Navisworks taking you way to much space.
Jeff over at The Revit Kid has compiled a great list of posts and info about the Revit 2015 R2 release that came out last week. Check out the link for all you ever wanted to know about Revit 2015 R2
If you use ReCap Pro you might wan tot check out this post from In The Fold about the new ReCap Pro 1.4
IMAGINiT is looking for some people that use that do point cloud modelers in Revit who use Pipe and Plant data. See more in the Building Solutions Blog
On the Dynamo Blog the let the world know yesterday that Dynamo 0.7.2 is now ready for the world. Head on over to and download it, just remember to uninstall 0.7.1 first for best results.
This is some AWESOME advise for everyone that works on 2 or more monitors, from time to time your Pop up Dialog boxes go missing (showing on phantom screens) – Below keystrokes can save your life (or at least some time). For more on this check out this blog post from HOK BIM Solutions
A. ALT+Space Key
B. M (This is for Move)
C. Push one of your Arrow Keys (Doesn’t matter which direction)
D. Move your mouse and the active dialog box will be attached to your mouse cursor and you can now place it where it can be visible.
Here is a good post from Sean over at Paradigm Shift about the VDC cycle.
The Revit Cat and his take on “Weird Stair Stuff” See versions 1, 2, and 3 below
I would like to end this week’s Roundup with a really cool post from The Dark Arts of Revit click the image to read more (and see more pictures).
Have a Great Weekend