The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff – for the week of Sept. 20th – Sept. 26th, 2015.
I will start this week’s Roundup off with a post from the RevitCat about all the fun that was RTC Asia 2015 last week.
It is a good week, I know because we get 2 posts from the RevitCat. This time it is part 6 of his series on Weird Revit Railing Stuff.
Weird Revit Railing Stuff – part 6 – SubCategory Overrides (Part 5, 4, 3, 2, 1)
If you are looking for a CRM for you small construction team, check out this post from the ConAppGuru.
CRM Platforms for Small Construction Teams
Here is some love the the Revit Structure users out there in the internet land, from the Revit Structure Blog.
Revit Structure – Create Parts and Divide
Ever wonder when you should use a laser scanner on a project, so did the folks over at the Synergis Blog.
WHEN TO USE LASER SCANNING IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
Here is a link to this weeks Podcast from the good folks over at Designalyze (Brian and Zack)
We also have a new Podcast this week from the BIMThoughts crew – this one is on training.
All the news you wanted to know (and more) about the wonderful world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
All About the People – Mass Motion and Smart Move
Here are some of the great posts from What Revit Wants this week.
Want access to 27500 Revit Drafting Views and around 1000 Revit Families for $499 per year?
Revit Server 2016 direct free download link
Free BCF addin for Revit – BCFier v2.0.1 available
Solving a Local vs Central Revit Link Problem with View Templates
For some of you newer Revit users this is a helpful post about embedded walls in Revit, from BIMscape.
Revit Architecture: Embedding Walls
Now for those electrical folks that are using Revit, this post from the AUGI Library about SLD’s might be right up your alley.
Here are a couple of helpful post for Revit and Autodesk users in general from the IMAGINiT Support Blog.
How to use the Microsoft Fixit Tool for Autodesk software
Revit – How to Create a Model Fill Pattern
Revit: Creating a New Material
Here is another multi blog post, this time from Parametric Monkey.
Now lets get organized with some helpful hints from the BIM Jedi, he also helps us with some Revit Shortcuts.
Here is a nice article written by Michael from ArchSmarter that was published on Architect Magazine.
Here are the weekly construction gathers from the ConAppGuru himself.
The Guru’s Gathering: A Collection of Blogs for Construction Sep 25, 2105
So this next Revit tip, maybe be something many of you know, but those that don’t will find it really helpful (AutoCAD Tips).
Wondering what new in AEC technology over the last 6 months, well then check out this post from the AECbytes Blog.
AEC Technology Updates, Fall 2015
This post (with video) about combining Firefire, Arduino, and Dynamo is pretty cool!(All things Revit, Dynamo and Python)
Speaking of Dynamo, the folks over at the Dynamo Blog have been busy, check out these posts.
Upcoming Computational Design and Dynamo Events in September
We get a couple of post this week from the FormIt 360 Blog team, one is last week FormIt Friday Video (episode 7) and the other is a tip about working with DWG’s and FormIt 360.
Tony Caputo on FormIt Friday episode 7
A method for importing DWG into FormIt 360
There is always time for a couple more Dynamo tips and tricks, these come to us from Simply Complex (Marcello’s Blog).
CHANGE PLAN VIEW NAMES TO UPPER CASE IN REVIT USING DYNAMOBIM
Get the Start and End Points of the BOTTOM of MEP Pipe System Families in Revit Using DynamoBIM
I’m going to end this weeks Roundup with great post from RVIT about what’s to come from Autodesk with the newest “Flavor” of Revit.