The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of May 24th – May 30th, 2015.
I will kick off this weeks Roundup with a Revit Tip from the Revit Kid.
Now for some Construction App content from the ConAppGuru from his day on a panel discussion at the AGC Conference in late April.
This next post come from the BIM Freak, and makes a good point about keeping on top of your Revit models so they are coordinated (also includes a nice check list for this).
Now for a quick tip abut Revit from RVIT.
Are you BIMmovative? (Innovative using BIM) then you need to talk to the BIM Jedi, learn more on by reading thsi post.
If you have been looking for a way to do better Architectural Renderings in Revit, then check out this post over at ArchSmarter.
It might not be Tuesday anymore, but this Tuesday Tip on Nest Family Schedule is still handy to know (BIM Blog).
Here is a handy little Dynamo tip from What Revit Wants.
Now for some fun (or not fun) with Revit Railings from landarchBIM Blog.
It’s been a a few days since I’ve seen some “what’s new” post about Revit 2016, so here is a new one, this time about the Electrical Improvements (Applying Technology to Architecture).
Keeping with the Revit 2016 theme, this is helpful post for those looking to upgrade files to 2016 (Boost Your BIM).
Now that you have the “what’s new” for Revit 2016 and yoru files are upgraded, time to get a new template in place. (Cadline Blog)
Here is a what’s new post just for the contractors out there from Beyond Design.
Some new Revit 2016 Feature news for the Architects out there from CADLearning Blog.
What about rebar, we haven’t talked about whats new in rebar for 2016….until now (BIM and Beam).
One more post on Revit 2016 (one last post?) this time it comes from Inside the Factory.
Here are some posts from the RTC News Blog on all things RTC this week.
I gotta say I love the post by the Revit Cat, the content is great but the post tiles are the cat’s panamas!
This is a cool link to a free online e-book called “The Dynamo Primer” if you are interested in learning about Dynamo this is a great place to start.
Should you or shouldn’t you update your software? Find out at Inside the Factory.
So today (May 28th) over at What Revit Wants Luke posted a bunch of posts about updates for Revit 2015 and 2016…..if you haven’t check your Applications Manger yet then head over to lukes site for more info.
After that post, Steve had a couple more posts about the updates, but was not as grumpy (Revit OpEd)
There is also a post about all this update “Stuff” over at Revit Clinic
Here is a nice article as a wrap up of all the techie stuff that went on and was announced at AIA 2015 this year (AECBytes)
Now for a little ACAD content with a post from B@E (Better at Everything).
Have you every wondered if BIM can really change an Industry? Will to find out the answer check out this post on the BIMbicycle Blog.
This is an interesting post about clash detection in Navisworks by BIM 42.
Here is this weeks edition of ConAppGuru’s weekly gathering of construction blogs.
Amen to that Sister…..that’s all I have to say about this next post! (case blog).
This post is from last week, somehow I missed it, but it’s worth sharing so here it is (Jarod Schultz)
Here is another good one I missed last week (last couple of weeks) from RevitNetAddinWizard.
Revit Shared Parameter Viewer (part 1)
While I’ve used SketchUp I’m not it’s biggest fan, but that doesn’t mean I can’t share some SketchUp info now and then. (SketchUpdate Blog)
Some more Dynamo info, this time about the Rhythm package update from sixtysecondrevit
Now another Dynamo post, but this time about DynaWorks 16 from Stuff and BIMs
Along with all the Updates to Revit 2015 R2, C4R 2015, and Revit 2016 this week we also saw the release of C4R 2016 (Revit OpEd).