The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of May 15th, 2016 – May 21st, 2016.
Have you been wondering what will be new in the May 2016 update of FormIt, well wonder no more and head over to the FormIt 360 Blog.
Lets talk about Revit and meat…..okay not that type of fillets, just go to Daniel and Autodesk AEC Software and see what I mean.
Here are the AEC/BIM podcasts for the week.
If you missed last weeks ConTechTrio, check the recap from the ConAppGuru Blog.
Speaking about Podcasts, here is a post from LinkedIn by Bill Debevc about the 2 podcasts he does.
Lets take a look at all the news that’s fit ot be news from the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
Here are a couple of interesting posts from In The Fold about the boundaries of BIM.
Let take a look at all the wisdom (and perhaps a little sarcasm) that Revit OpEd has for us this week.
My Ongoing Saga of Autodesk Desktop Application (FWIW I get the same thing)
Not to be out done by Steve, Luke from What Revit Wants has been busy this week too.
Keeping the ball rolling from last weeks post here is more on Slab Shape editing from landarchBIM.
Jason over at RVIT is bringing sexy back……sorta.
If you are up to learn a little more Dynamo (for those past the beginner stage) check out the latest module from Learn dynamo.
Revit, Piles, and Dynamo Oh My! Check it out in this post from Revit a Structured Approach
How about some MEP and ceiling heights with more Dynamo Love, this time from BIM 42.
There was also a new Dynamo Forum released this week, learn about the update over at the Dynamo Blog.
Last week I posted about this new to me blog called “There’s no BIM like home” where the blogger is posting about “BIMing” is new house, and this week there is a new post.
There is a little less out this week on new 2017 features, but in case you haven’t seen it yet this is a neat post and video on Depth Cueing from Ideate Solutions Blog.
The RevitCat tells us about part two of trying to install Revit 2017.
If you aren’t completely sure on how or when to use phasing in Revit, check out this post from the cadline BIM Blog.
This a useful post if you were an early down loader of Revit 2017, in some early versions all the templates and families had to be updated to 2017. Check out the fix in this post from the IMAGINiT Support Blog.
For those of you that are using fabrication in Revit, check out this post from cadline BIM Blog.
If you are going to AU this year here are so possible classes that you will likely want to attend, check them out over at Simply Complex.
This is an interesting post about a new app for lean construction and BIM collaboration (Extratnet Evolution).
Take a little time and make your 3D view look perfect…..okay at least really good. (BIM & Revit World).
Check out whats new in the latest release of BIM 360 Docs, from the BIM 360 Blog.
For some of the latest COBie Info check out this post from TASK ABM
Its that time of the week again, time for the Guru’s gatherings, from the one and only ConAppGuru.
Lets check out the new post from Dynamo Nodes this week.
I will end this week’s Roundup with a cool tweet from Marcello on something he is working on.