The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff – for the week of Oct. 11th – Oct. 17th, 2015.
I will start this week’s Roundup off with the 3rd (and final) post in a series of posts about Revit Families (and doing them on a budget) from BIM BOOM BAM.
Lets get this party started with some Grasshopper and Kangaroo……yup we are going to the zoo, and the Parametric Monkey is taking us.
Have you ever wondered what Contractors want from a Revit model? The Revit Kid did.
The ConAppGuru has also thought about this and he too posted about this topic this week.
This next tip is good to know, just in case your gbXML export options goes missing in Revit, learn more in the cadline BIM Blog.
While you are over at the cadline BIM Blog, check out their Whitepaper for creating a chamfered column.
Lets take a few moments to check out all the awesomeness that was the post from What Revit Wants this week.
More blog awesomeness is everything you need to know about the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
Something to know if you are making the switch to Windows 10, learn more over at Microsol Resource Blog.
Check out the new podcast (and season) from BIMThoughts.
Now lets make some pebbles in Revit, learn more over at the landarchBIM Blog.
And don’t forget to sign up for Lauren’s (of landarchBIM fame) class at RTC Europe yet? well after reading this post about it you will want too.
Now for some magic, Revit, and automation in 3 different flavors………now that I’ve got you hooked head over to ArchSmarter for more.
Here is another post from BIM BOOM BAM, this time more of an OpEd piece about how BIM is used.
I don’t get to post about a lot of book reviews on here, but this week we have a book review from AECbytes Blog.
Lets keep going with the Book reviews, this one is from It’s Alive in the Lab.
Speaking of Sarcasm, I guess Revit can have it now and then too? Check out this post from Revit OpEd.
This next post is full of good reasons (10 of them) to use Revit MEP for your MEP coordination, learn more over at XS CAD Blog.
For those in Construction, or if you use Newforma, then this next post might be of interest to you, from Extranet Evolution.
Another post about the new Autodesk offering for Structure, this time from Revit a Structured Approach.
Now its time for a Bluebeam Tip, from the Hagen Business Systems Blog.
Here is some more great Revit and Dynamo content, this time it even comes with a dataset! Head over to Revit beyond BIM to learn more.
Here is another look at the same info above, this time from BIM Toolbox.
I always enjoy the post from the RevitCat, and this next post is no exception.
The fine folks over at BIMscape are getting ready to role out a 100% FREE beginner’s training course (online) for Revit Architecture. To learn more check out this blog, and sign up for the BIMscape newsletter to stay informed.
Here is your weekly dose of the Guru’s Gatherings, from the ConAppGuru Blog.
If you are (or plan to be) a user of Advanced Steel, this post about it’s 2016 Revit add-in might be helpful. (IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog)
After a couple of weeks in preview for the new A360 interface, Autodesk reasled an update last week to fix some of the issues user had been having. (A360 Blog)
Here is a neat post for you Structural Revit types that like a little Dynamo on the side, learn more over at All things, Revit, Dynamo and Python.
If you live in the UK, and are getting ready for the BIM level 2 push next year, then this post about Revit Parameter mapping will be of interest to you. (Beyond Design)
Here is a post with a video with some more information about the new React Structures program, post is from BIM and Beam.
Next is a post from BIM 42 with a little code at the end if that’s your thing.
If you are looking for a tool to make the grid tool in Revit a little better, than check out this post from cadline BIM blog.
FormIt Friday #8 now online for viewing, and signup for #9 now live, check it out at FormIt 360 Blog.
So is there a difference between an Artist and a Designer? Find out what they think over at It’s Alive in the Lab.
There was also a new video from Lynn Allen this week about AutoCAD text boxes (frames) on her blog (Lynn Allen’s Blog)
Revizto has release it’s latest update – 3.7, learn more on the Revizto Blog.
Here a few posts from The Revit Saver, about Revit and Dynamo.
Now for some “Dorkness”……the Mistress of Dorkness that is!
I will end this weeks Roundup, with another post about the new Microsoft Surface pro 4, but this post is about the possible option out there instead of the Surface pro. (laptop magazine).