The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of June 7th – June 13th, 2015.
I will start this weeks Roundup with the YouTube video of last weeks FormIt Friday (which was on Monday June 1st) from the FormIt 360 Blog.
If you are going to be at the RTC Europe 2015 this fall (registration is open now) you should check out this class from Lauren Schmidt the author of all things on landarchBIM Blog. Of course while you are there you can check out my 2 class 2 if you want, see more here.
If you are tasked with being the Revit “Support” person in your office, you should check out this post by Rvit……..very true about needing to know your people.
This is a good post I found on the TASKABM Blog about BIM and disruptive technologies.
Do you have what it takes to be an architect in the 21st century? Find out in the article from ARCHITECT Magazine.
Ever wonder how you can get Revit and Excel to play nice together? Well head over the ArchSmarter for 4 answers.
This is an interesting way to use Dynamo, of course there is a new way ti us Dynamo every day so I really should be surpirsed……yet I am (Colin Doyle via LinkedIn)
More fun with Dynamo, but this time with the variant DynaWorks (BIM 42)
Looks like its that time of year again Lynn Allen’s Tips & Tricks for ACAD 2016 is out, get your copy here.
if yo have been looking for an OBJ exporter for Revit then you should check out this post from the BIM Jedi.
This is an older post, but wanted to share this SketchUp News about their updated mobile viewer (SketchUpdate)
Here is another SketchUpDate post about SketchUp for interior designers.
Want to create your own seamless textures for rendering, then check out this post from the Revit Kid.
And you thought all the “What’s New for 2016” post were done, well not just yet. Check out this webcast recording from Synergis Blog.
More on the What’s New in Revit 2016, this time from Revit OpEd about the new Revit Rendering engine.
This post about Revit 2016 takes a look at some of the current extensions that are available for it (A Word on BIM).
Everyone needs a dirty little work around now and then in Revit, check out this one from Dimitri over at the BIM Blog.
Another post to file under the Tips and tricks for Revit category, this time from the Hagerman & Company Blog.
Here are a few good posts from IMAGINiT Support Blog, 2 about Revit and 1 about Vault.
If you use A360 on your iOS device than this new feature is for you (A360 Blog).
Here are 2 posts from the Cadline Blog with some useful Revit Tips and Tricks.
Keeping with the tips and tricks theme here is a post from CADNotes
This post about railings in Revit teaches you its OK to think outside the box and use things for something other than their original purpose. (landarchBIM Blog).
The June issue of AUGI world is now our, get your copy.
If you are thinking of being a BIM Manager when you group up, or maybe he have just become a BIM Manager, either way check out this post from BIM Freak.
Its been a while since have had a Bluebeam post on Weekly Roundup, so lets change that with this post from Carol’s Construction Technology Blog.
Here is post from Revit OpEd about some issues with the Placing Columns at Grid option in Revit.
How about a slanted wall tool already! Since there isn’t one yet check out this work around on Phil-osophy in BIM.
Here are a couple of post from the FormIt 360 Blog about how to use the converter tool, and some new updates.
Its been a few weeks but we now have a part 7 to our on going series about the Barrel Vault Brace and Dynamo from Beside The Cursor.
Thinks not to do when using Revit server from Daniel and Autodesk AEC software.
Have you tried to borrow a license in Revit 2016, the option have moved learn more at the IMAGINiT Support Blog.
Here is another interesting post from the IMAGINiT Support Blog.
That age old question how many models will I need in my project this time……..(Revittize).
I almost for this post from the RevitCat, good thing he has nine lives and made it just in the nick of time for this weeks Roundup.
I’m going to end this weeks Roundup with a post from Scott over at the Autodesk Labs (It’s Alive in the Lab) about his home network.
As a PS to the ending of this weeks Roundup I’m going to share these Tweets of mine form earlier this week, free stuff is great but signed free stuff is AWESOME!