The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Oct. 26th – Nov. 1st
If you are looking for some good construction apps, you can’t go wrong checking out The Construction App Guru. This week he had a couple of posts form a resent presentation about some useful apps for in the field.
More love for Dynamo and all the things it can do (seems almost limitless) This time via What Revit Wants
Here is an excellent tip for Parameters and families in Revit form Revit OpEd.
If you are brave and don’t mind a little coding check out this post about editing your Navisworks Shortcuts, provided by What Revit Wants
Super Nanny to the rescue…….check out Revit beyond BIM to learn how to raise your Revit model.
Another post from Revit beyond BIM this time about some new (or updated) join geometry features in Revit 2015
Steve from Revit OpEd shares what he found out when he tested a new addin to allow a java script to play with Revit.
Scott from the Revit Jedi has been doing some cool stuff with VR in his office (AEC Firm), learn more in this post.
Looking for a fast easy way to renumber views on sheets? If so check out this post from the IMAGINiT BSD Blog about the 2015 versions of the IMAGINiT Utilities For Revit.
The AECBytes blog take a look at the “Internet of Things” this week in their blog post, check it out below.
This week there was an update set free for A360, see all it contained in this blog post from the A360 Blog (hint multi-file download and better folders)
the team at Revit Beyond BIM has been on fire this week, here is another cool post about showing walls as hidden lines in a ceiling plan
If you are like me and not one of the lucky ones that is at RTCEUR this weekend in Dublin, then you might want to check out Boost your BIM as Harry is once again blogging (and tweeting @BoostYourBIM) is RTCEUR wish list. Below is just one of the wishes, #3 to be exact, check his blog for all of them.
Having issues with annotation line weight from a linked file? Well maybe this post from What Revit Wants can help……or maybe not?
More info on what BIM ROI should look like, and how to quantify it from the BIM Blog
I will end this weeks Roundup with another classic from the great people over at Architexts……..be sure to check them out often.
Have a Great Weekend