The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Apr. 19th – Apr. 25th, 2015.
I will start this weeks post with a slightly dark view on Revit and its future, after all the joy of last weeks 2016 release this is a good check and balance by Paradigm Shift. (P.S. this post is over a year old, but after seeing what’s new in 2016, it still applies today)
Now lets fast forward to this month and have a current post from Sean over at Paradigm Shift.
Speaking of Dynamo, here is a short, simple and effective post from Simple Complex about Dynamo.
How about 3D Grids in Revit using Dynamo? well check out All things Revit, Dynamo and Python to see it happen.
If you have been ready this blog the last few weeks then you are aware of the Barrel Vault Brace Series beginning done by Beside the Cursor, below is part 6.
Here is a post from enjoy Revit about using Dynamo for Topo placed railing.
This time we are looking at a post about Dynamo and Lunchbox (a Dynamo package) in this post at The Proving Ground.
Lets shift gears and move to some Construction apps, this time focused on Safety from a ConAppGuru post.
Multiline text in Revit? are you curious, then check out this post from Revit OpEd.
If you are looking for courses in Revit Architecture for Landscape, you now have a couple of options, and a discount (landarchBIM).
For the MEP Revit users out there here is an article from AUGI about best practices.
This tip was talked about a few posts ago, but worth a repeat if you missed it. (Cadline BIM Blog)
Here is another cool post from Cadline BIM Blog, this time about excel and Revit and Materials.
You like your current computer hardware / workstation……but you want more power! The check out thsi article in cadalyst
For you coders and database geeks this next couple of posts are for you.
This next series of post is for all you BIM 360 Field users out there, from The 360 View Blog.
Here is another post from The 360 View, this time about the Glue API.
How about we shift gear and do some automatic modeling with BIM 42.
Now for some Bluebeam tips from Carol Construction Technology Blog.
Now for some ACAD info, some more 2016 info to be exact, from CADLearning.
Keeping with the “what’s new” idea, here is post from the BIM Jedi about some new energy analysis features in Revit 2016.
Here is another post by BIM Jedi, which is a comment about Steve from Revit OpEd‘s post last week about justifying a Revit Manager. Scott basically explains that a Revit manager is different than a BIM manager.
I love RevitCat‘s stuff always interesting and just a little off the beaten path.
Here is a landscape post about pots and planters, from landarchBIM.
This is an interesting (in a head scratching type of way) post from Revit OpEd.
How about some rendering tips for Revit, check out this post from What Revit Wants.
Its never a bad idea to check the out of the box content for Revit each year a new versions come out, find out how the Revit Geek does it in this post.
Here is another post, this time form Revit OpEd about the new Door content in Revit 2016.
If you are an ACAD user and are wondering who to work with point clouds in ACAD, check out this post (ans video) from ASCENT Blog.
Keeping with the ACAD theme, you ever lose you command line and can’t get it back (I know I have)……if so you need to bookmark this post from IMAGINiT Support Blog.
This post is about a cool new feature in ACAD 2016 from Beyond Design.
Because it’s that time of year when so many new products are coming out and being installed, here are some helpful posts from IMAGINiT Support Blog to help with all things install related.
It’s always a good week when there is a new Epic BIM post, even if this one is part post, part ad for the new Epic BIM Consultanys Inc.
This is a post for those working with IFC and Revit, from A Word on BIM.
I’m going to end this weeks Roundup with some cool fossil fuel free hummers! (Line/Shape/Space)