The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff – for the week of Sept. 13th – Sept. 19th, 2015.
I will start this week’s Roundup off with a Revit Tutorial from The Revit Kid (he plays with Dynamo!)
Some of the post above by What Revit Wants, came form this post form a new to me blog The Revit Saver.
The ConAppGuru continues his 10 part series on Construction workflows.
New this week in the Podcast world is this gem from Designalyze featuring Charlie Portelli.
We also have a new podcast this week from BIMThoughts about Bluebeam.
Lets have some fun with Scope Boxes, learn more over at RVIT.
All the news that is fit to be news from the RTC world direct from the RTC News Blog.
Is your cursor losing focus these days…….you know with your new Autodesk 2016 products, then check this out from Synergis Blog.
I don’t work with Advanced Steel, but a few people in my office are starting to, and I hear good things. Learn more from In the Fold.
So if you ever need a SketchUp – Revit (or reverse) workflow then this might be an interesting post for you from CADZulu.
Keeping with the Workflow them, here is a post from ConAppGuru about the Construction Workflow.
Here is your Tuesday Technical Tip from the BIMBlog.
Now lets add some colour to our Revit Shop drawings! Find out more in the post in the AUGI Library from Adam Mub
Now for some fun with Contour lines in Revit from landarchBIM.
Do you still us a sketchbook, if so them check out this post from ArchSmarter.
Here is part 2 of a 3 part series about Revit Families (on a Budget) from BIM BAM BOOM.
Here is a post from a new to me blog called Learning Revit, this blog has very nice presentation form for their posts, much better than mine.
This an interesting post the came about as part of a support call for a client looking to show colour though their furniture, read more at the Ideate Solutions Blog.
Use your Revit workset to your advantage, with this post from CAD PANACERA
Autodesk has rolled out a new steel catalogue for Revit 2016, find out more at BIM and BEAM.
Now time for the Guru’s gathers from the ConAppGuru Blog.
Here is a quick and simple Dynamo Graph (only 6 nodes) from Simply Complex to turn all your sheet titles in Revit to ALL CAPS.
Here is another great post about Dynamo and all the ways to learn it, check it out at Håvard Vasshaug’s blog.
And the Dynamo hits keep coming, this time a 3d room tag option using Dynamo from Beside the Cursor.