The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Nov. 23rd – Nov. 29th.
This is kind of interesting, and until I read about it on What Revit Wants I didn’t know it was a thing (of course t is still in Beta so maybe I’m not the only one) but seems there is a Design Academy from Autodesk.
Another post from What Revit Wants with a different way to look at LOD, maybe simplify it a little.
On last weeks Roundup (Actually 2 weeks ago) I had a post from The Construction App Guru on new Safety Apps, while this week he has posted part 2.
Ever wonder how to do an Angled Arched Beam in Revit, well wonder no more thanks to The Revit Kid
Here is a nice Dynamo Tutorial and data-set for download from BIM Troublemaker. I missed this when it was originally posted, but lucky What Revit Wants had a re-post of it this week to remind me I missed it.
I don’t normally get into a lot of ID (Interior Design) Stuff on this blog, but this artificial by The Midnight Lunch is for sure worth a read.
In case you missed my blog post yesterday (Tuesday Nov. 25th) about Revit Survival tips, here are the two blogs a got the tips from.
Some of you that use Navisworks may already know abut this “Known Issue” with no suitable geometry when export form Revit to Navisworks in 2015. What Revit Wants has a post this week that talks about a work around that might help you out with this “Know Issue”.
New release of Dynamo, version 0.7.4 is now out. You can find out all about it on the Dynamo Blog.
Problem with the 2015 Navisworks quantification, and the fixes courtesy of the IMAGINiT BSD Blog.
Another good post from the IMAGINiT BSD Blog about Multi-Category Schedules in Revit
Have a Great Weekend, and see you at AU!