The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of April 3rd, 2016 – April 9th, 2016.
Here is another post from ArchSmarter this week, one about a macro to purge all views.
Its hard to believe that Revit Add-ons has been around for 5 years now, but its true, and they are marking the event with 30 days of savings!
Its that time of year again, time to start thinking about going to RTC NA 2016, I will be there will you be (The Revit Kid).
Don’t think that cats just chase the red dot, they also are kick-ass at Revit, learn more over at the RevitCat Blog.
Here is a handy post for all of those new 2017 Autodesk products coming out, from the Microsol Resources Bog.
This post is also from the Microsol Resources Bog , its about teaching Dynamo to tweet.
Here are the ConAppGuru’s 5 apps for April.
If you are looking for a course on Revit for Landscape Architecture check out this one from Lauren from landarchBIM now on Teachable.
Along with the new location of her online course, Lauren also added a new post to her blog this week, landarchBIM Blog.
Here is another post from The BIM Jedi, in his series about training.
This next post is from Revit OpEd, is pretty much a post of a reader asking if they should buy a Mac or a PC. The man idea behind Steve posting it was to get a conversation going about what other peoples thoughts are on the 2 systems. To get the full impact you need to read (and add to if you have a reply) the comments.
Here is another post from Revit OpEd this week that is worth a read.
There was another big update from the FormIt team this week, check it out as well as a post about what makes FormIt different over at the FormIt 360 Blog.
This next post has some very important information if you are going to be setting up C4R at your office. (IMAGINiT Support Blog).
Here are some more helpful post from this week from the gang over at the IMAGINiT Support Blog.
This months AUGI World is now out.
Check out the new AEC/BIM Podcast that came out this week.
If you missed last weeks ConTechTrio Podcast, here is a recap from the ConAppGuru Blog.
I posted about this a few weeks back, but here is another look at the smartphone 3D printer from The Architect’s Companion.
Now for a tip (or is it a trick) from the RVIT Blog about using the character map in your family names in Revit.
With the new version of Navisworks coming out this week, the connection between Navisworks and BIM 360 Glue is even better (BIM 360 Blog).
What has made the news this week in the world of RTC, check it out over at the RTC News Blog.
I don’t cover a lot of SketchUp stuff on this blog, but form time to time I do like to sprinkle a little here and there, check out this post from CAD Zulu.
Some words of wisdom about bring Computation to your Business from the Proving Ground Blog.
For us folks up here in the Great White North (Canada) this next post has some exciting news about 2 of our BIM organizations getting together. (the BIM Hub)
Looking to learn a little about adaptive components, then check out this post from BIM & Revit World.
Autodesk working with buildingSMART on BIM Interoperability, find out more over at In The Fold.
Which mouse to you like best for your CAD work? Find out what Brandon thinks over at CAD Intentions.
If you would like better text functionality in Revit, then this post might be for you (The BIM Jedi).
Who doesn’t like a good success story! (The Revit Saver).
Lets see whats new this week over at DynamoNodes.
Lets end this weeks Roundup with the weekly gatherings from the ConAppGuru.