The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of April 17th, 2016 – April 23rd, 2016.
Lets start this weeks Roundup off with a post from BIM Thoughts, Bill and Carla who had 2 guests on this week’s podcast, both of them Revit Rock stars (Paul Aubin and Steve Stafford) to help them put out a great Podcast about what’s new in Revit 2017. It truly is a must listen, to find out the skinny on what’s new with Revit 2017.
There have been lots of great posts this week about what’s new in Revit 2017, check them all out.
Revit 2017 – Reference Plane Subcategories (Revit OpEd)
Installing Revit 2017 (RevitCat)
Revit 2017 – My 3 Favorite New Features (The Revit Kid)
Revit 2017 Advances BIM for Future of Designing Buildings (In the Fold)
Revit 2017 – Combine Parameters in a Schedule (Revit OpEd)
Revit 2017 is here! What’s new? (Paul Aubin via LinkedIn)
What’s New in Revit 2017 (AECbytes)
2017 Autodesk Add-Ins for Revit via Autodesk Desktop App (What Revit Wants)
Revit 2017 – Space Naming Utility Update – It is Available Now (Revit OpEd)
Revit 2017: Curbs from Railings (landarchBIM)
Autodesk AEC 2017 Product Portfolio (AECbytes Blog)
Revit 2017, RevitLookup and SDK Samples (The Building Coder)
RvtSamples for Revit 2017 (The Building Coder)
What’s New in the Revit 2017 API (The Building Coder)
Autodesk 2017 Release Information (Applying Technology to Architecture)
Revit 2017 – Enabling Worksharing (Revit OpEd)
Five Standout Features from the Newly Released Autodesk Revit 2017 (Sean Burke via Architect Magazine)
Revit Updates for 2017 Edition (CADdigest)
Building Design Suite 2017 (Revittize)
Autodesk Revit 2017 – What’s New for Structures (Autodesk Revit Structure)
Revit 2017 – Upgrading Text Warning (Revit OpEd)
Revit 2017 Release News + Insight 360 (Insight 360 Blog)
Revit 2017 Text Editor quirks (The Revit Geeks Blog)
Revit 2017 Text Editor vs Tag (The Revit Geeks Blog)
Revit 2017 Purge Material Assests in Familes (The Revit Geeks Blog)
Revit 2017 New Features from Autodesk Building Solutions (The Revit Saver)
New features in Revit 2017 (CADGROUP CAD BLOG)
Now that we are thinking about upgrading our Revit Projects with the new release, here is a handy post from MicroSol Resources Blog about C4R.
COLLABORATION FOR REVIT: RENAMING MODELS, LINKS, AND MAINTENANCE WORKFLOWS
When he wasn’t talking about what’s new with Revit this week, Steve from Revit OpEd had time for a few other Revit posts.
Orientation is not Managed by View Template
What is New for Navisworks 2017 (its a short read)
Family Templates and Reference Plane Inequity
There has been a lot of talk about what’s new with Revit (much of it just above this post) but this next blog post is about using the New Navisworks with BIM 360 Glue (Beyond Design).
Construction Collaboration at it’s Finest Navisworks 2017 working together with BIM 360 Glue
BIM 360 Glue + Navisworks 2017: Reinforcing Construction Collaboration (related article from BIM 360 Blog)
More What’s New, but this time for Advanced Steel 2017, head over to BIM and Beam learn about the new stuff.
Move quickly from design to fabrication with Autodesk Advance Steel 2017
Now time for the “Civil” folks to learn what’s new, find out over at BIM on the rocks.
Welcome to AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017
Just so I don’t forget anyone, here is a post on what;s new with 3ds Max, from the cadline Technology Blog.
Lets check out the AEC/BIM Podcasts that came out this week.
Episode 50 – Hawaii Five-O (The Architech Show)
Episode 1.13 – Construction Tech News and Interviews from Builtworlds CEO Tech Forum (ConTechTrio)
In case you missed last weeks ConTechTrio Podcast here is a handy recap from the ConAppGuru Blog.
The ConTechTrio Podcast 1.12 (AEC Technology with Autodesk) RECAP
Lets see what Luke has for us this week over at What Revit Wants.
Convert BCF to PDF with this Free Utility
Here is another App Update from the ConAppGuru Blog, this time its for Raken.
Here are a couple of posts worth reading from the DynamoBIM Blog.
Leveraging Built In Revit Parameters for Structural Engineers with Dynamo
Incoming Bug fixes for Dynamo 1.0.0 (Yup 1.0 is coming soon)
Keeping on the Dynamo train, here are some post from Punto Revit.
Egress Path and Minimum Distance Travel with Dynamo
Panels Optimization with Dynamo
One more Dynamo post, this one is from a few weeks ago, but it blows my mind what you can do with Dynamo! (Revit Dynamo and Ammo)
Dynamo and Optimo: Optimizing your Carl Bass Keynote Experience
Always time for a quick Revit tip, from the always helpful RVIT Blog.
Quick Tip – Architectural Columns
If you are going to be in LA next Friday (April 29th) check out this post from Fear and Loathing in a CAD vs BIM World.
AECX Los Angeles | Digging in the Dirt | Pushing Technological Boundaries
Now to check out whats new in the world of RTC this week, from the RTC News Blog.
The Most Important BIM Book You Will Ever Read
It very important to always remember to back up you data and models, check out this post from the Architects Companion .
Lets see what great new or update Revit Add-ons Tim has for us this week over at his blog Revit Add-ons.
Supersized Roundup – New and Updated Revit Add-ins on the Autodesk App Store for February 28 – April 16, 2016
Revit Add-ons – The Origin Story (Or, No Gamma Rays Here!)
Revit Add-ons Lessons Learned – A Reference for Bloggers
Roundup – New and Updated Revit Add-ins on the Autodesk App Store for the Week of April 17, 2016
So this next post is over my head (doesn’t take much I know) but if you are a coder that works in Revit you will like this post from the Building Coder.
The pyRevit IronPython Script Library
Sometimes you can use Structure for more than just structure (AUGI Library)
Using Revit Structure for More Than “Revit Structure”
In this post Daniel tries to answer a burning Navisworks question “why does Navisworks list certain property values several times?” Find out his answer over at Daniel and Autodesk AEC Software.
Now for a helping hand for all you Revit Server users (or want-to-be users) from the IMAGINiT Support Blog.
Revit Server: Revit Client Settings
Sometimes things in Revit just go missing for no good reason (well I’m sure to Revit it was a good reason) here is one such tail from the Ideate Solutions Blog.
Finding Missing Revit Mullions
There was a new post from NBS in their BIM Periodic Table series.
Periodic Table of BIM – Standards (see other posts here)
This is a really cool use for Dynamo, check it out over at Revit beyond BIM.
Evacuation Path Analysis with Dynamo
Now for some issue tracking love, from the Cn3D Construction’s Blog.
How about some Deep Thoughts, they are provide to you by the BIM Freak.
So at the end of the day what is it exactly that the folks in any AEC firm are trying to deliver………..find out what they think over at TangibleBIM.
LOI, LOD, Plan of Works, what are we delivering….oh that’s right a building
It’s never a bad time to learn a little about reporting parameters (harriet eldred).
Here is a quick tip post from the IMAGINiT Support Blog about C4R 2016 issue when you install Revit 2017.
Missing Collaboration for Revit 2016 projects after installing Collaboration for Revit 2017
Some food for thought if you are using C4R, from The Revit Saver.
A360 Collaboration for Revit Tool File Accessibility
One more post this week from The Revit Saver.
Embedding Data, Cloud Computing, and Accessibility with A360 Team and Unifi
Not everyone loves all the new features of Revit 2017, check out this post from Revit in Plain English.
Disable Optimized View Navigation in Revit 2017
I discovered a new Blog this week called The Building Lab that deals with Autodesk AEC Generative Design Group, check out the latest post below.
Outside | Inside + My Side | Your Side*
I will end this weeks Roundup with some good “Old Fashioned” fun, check out this post from Between the Lines.
Engineers Guide to Drinks in 3D DWG
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