The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Mar. 1st – 7th, 2015.
I will start this weeks Roundup off with a post from a Regular here on the Weekly Roundup, What Revit Wants. This post is about apply visual styles to your Revit entourage.
Again this week we have a lot of great quick post from Steve over at Revit OpEd, Enjoy!
Saving Backwards (no Revit won’t let you do, and here is why)
I re-blogged this post earlier in the week, but if you missed it, it’s worth a look now. The people over at landscape architecture + BIM have put out 2 poll questions about the possibility of putting together a Revit training course focused on Landscape Architecture.
Apps for Construction to Watch in 2015 (Part 1) in case you missed it last week
Are you looking for an easier, or perhaps less tedious way to create many sheets (100’s) in Revit? If so then you need to check out this tip video tip from the Revit Kid. P.S. I have the BIM after Dark Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 both are great tools!
Here are some more tips and tricks for Dynamo from the Dynamo BIM Blog. #6 will make you smile 🙂
5..8 Tips and Tricks (Part 2)
To keep with the Dynamo theme here, let give this weeks batch of tips and tricks from Simply Complex. Marcello has been post great quick post for all Feb, and looks like its going to continue in March, Awesome!
This post comes form the bimblog, and is about usable model with a good BIMPEP (or PxP).
This next post is about “Level 3 BIM” the ultimate goal (at lest in the 3 level system) of BIM. Read more in the blog from Extranet Evolution.
Have you been having issues with your Civil 3D imports to Revit? landscape architecture + BIM can commiserate with you.
This blog post is from ConAppGuru, and is about why using a non-Apple tablet for construction might be for you (hint mouse)
This next post from ThinkBIM is about something we need to bring here to Canada – “BIMbeers” and “Brew & Learns”
Over at the BIM Jedi (formally the Revit Jedi) Scott as really be exploring VR and it’s roll in Architectural design, learn more in his latest post.
This post is about a neat new tool that can extract point cloud data as geometry, learn more in this post from BIMcolab.
Here is another new to me blog about Revit called Revit Reflections, in this post they talk about what makes a good Revit Library
While we are talking about new to me blogs(or sites), here is one more called MasterGraphics, with some useful Revit Extensions.
Here are 2 nice post about Dynamo from arCHI + lab.
Here is another Dynamo related blog, this time from the Proving Ground. Nathan lets us know what’s new with the lates Rynamo and LunchBox updates.
This week Autodesk release a big (Huge according to them) update for FormIt for IOS and Web. Check it out at the FormIt Blog
This next pot from BIM Troublemaker takes us back to 1989, a fine year for Technology!
Here is one more post about Dynamo, this time a little fix, or workaround for copy an dpasting. This comes from sixtysecondrevit.
This post is about a “click saver” and it comes from the Jarod Schultz blog.
For you Navisworks fans out there this one is for you, and it comes from What Revit Wants.
I will end this weeks Round up with the Autodesk Show Reel 2015, a 2 minutes video that showcase are the incredible things Autodesk Customers have done using the wide range of Autodesk software. Head over to Shaan Hurley’s blog Between the Lines to see the video.