The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of May 3rd – May 9th, 2015.
Here is an update or another example of the idea above from Revit OpEd.
Now for some construction knowledge, here is another great post in the series “The Five Workflows for Apps on Construction Projects” from ConAppGuru.
Keeping with the series theme here is post #5 in a series about Dynamo and Revit Structure (among others) from Revit beyond BIM.
Here is a quick tip from RVIT about linking vs. Importing (Spoiler always link when possible).
Here is a quick and simple post about Dynamo and ramp areas in Revit from Simply Complex.
Here is another quick tip about Dynamo from What Revit Wants.
Another post by What Revit Wants, this time about a free Navisworks add-in.
Another post on this new partnership, this time from Extranet Evolution.
Still one more post about this Strategic partnership, this time from landarchBIM.
Here are a couple of post from Cadline Blogs, one for coordination and one about a conflict with Vault, Revit and Dynamo.
If you are not Auditing your Revit Models form time to time shame on you, find out why in this post from ideate.
Now for something Super Hero Cool……Ironman in Revit! Check it out over at Revit Swat.
Now for the “will that doesn’t work” part of this post, Steve from Revit OpEd found a bug in Revit he wanted to share.
Now for a post that make you what to start dancing on coloured dance floors doing your best Saturday Night Fever moves! Check out what cool stuff Revit beyond BIM did with Dynamo this time.
Here is another post from Revit beyond BIM about the Dynamo package that let the Disco (and other cool stuff) happen called Dynanimator.
Here is a post from What Revit Wants about selective tagging in Revit (for linked elements).
Now for a more academic look at BIM, have a look at this post from BIM ThinkSpace.
A little wishful thinking about the new AR experiment with Trimble and Microsoft, check it out at BIMcolab.
Here are some words of wisdom from the IMAGINiT Support Blog, if you are doing interference check in Revit with a phased project.
Here is a post from Revit OpEd about how a new Revit feature for 2016 isn’t really all that new.
Just because we had been talking (writing) about new Revit 2016 features. lets have one more, this time from A Word on BIM.
Lets keep the New Features for Revit 2016 Train going with some posts from Beyond the Silos for RST 2016.
Here is a post about something new in Revit 2016 (and 2015 R2) from the RevitCat.
Now for 2 quick posts from the always informative Steve Stafford of Revit OpEd.
Wish – Create Similar for Lines (I would use this too)
This is a weekly post from the ConAppGuru that is similar to the Weekly Roundup, just about Construction related blogs.
For those Dynamo users out here are two Tweets from Matthew Nelson about some things you might not know (I didn’t).
While still talking about Dynamo it looks like something new (and that costs money – $40 per month or $300 per year $USD) is coming next week form Autodesk and Dynamo called “Dynamo Studio”. What is Dynamo Studio, learn more in this post from the DynamoBIM Blog.
It appears Dynamo isn’t the only Autodesk product getting a update, as of May 8th FormIt is not FormIt 360, with the promise of big new next week (AIA Con)
If you attended RTC NA 2014 last year then you know who the “BIMinions” are, but if you didn’t get to know them in this post from RTC News.
Just a little more Dynamo Content, this time from arCHI-lab.
I will end this weeks Roundup with a post about a mouse……not just any mouse but perhaps the best mouse for CAD? (Engineering.com)