The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of May 22nd, 2016 – May 28th, 2016.
If you missed last weeks ConTechTrio, get caught up with this recap from the ConAppGuru.
It’s always a treat when practical BIM posts a new article, and this weeks addition is no exception (it is a long read, but worth the time).
What’s in a name, or really I should say title, check out this post from The BIM Jedi and find out if you are the CIO for your firm.
This next post is for the Revit and Civil 3D folks looking to work together, from CAD Panacea.
There is a roof tool within Revit that often gets overlooked, in this post The Revit Kid gives us a rundown on it.
Looks like more issues with the new Autodesk Desktop Application………check it out over at Revit OpEd.
Here is some more info about the Autodesk Desktop Application from the IMAGINiT Civil Solutions Blog.
Learn about the new in-place stair feature in Revit 2017 and why you shouldn’t use it (RevitCat).
Now who doesn’t want a smart home…..IF This is you Then That means you should check out the latest post from There’s no BIM like home.
This week saw the deadline to submit your AU 2016 class proposal, did you get yours in? I know I did and so did the BIM Freak, learn more about her’s in this post.
Here is some more from What Revit Wants.
Here is a quick update post, and a new post from landarchBIM Blog.
Now for what new and news worthy from the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
This week we got a new Autodesk product, Memento graduated to become a commercial product and is now called ReMake (Between the Lines).
Autodesk Memento Becomes Autodesk ReMake (See Free vs Pro graph below)
One more post about the new Industry Collections this time from the BIM Toolbox
This a well thought out use for Dynamo checking head heights on stairs, check it out over at Revit beyond BIM.
You can download an interesting whitepaper from the IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog about BIM and Energy Efficiency.
If you work with electrical diagrams and Revit you should check out this post from Applying Technology to Architecture.
John from sixtysecondrevit has shared what he has submitted for Au this year, they look like classes I would take!
Learn about groups and curtain wall systems in this post from Revittize.
Are owners really starting to adopt BIM more? Check out this post in the AUGI Library.
Looking for some new Construction apps for May, well look no further (ConAppGuru Blog).
Here is a quick recap of what levels are what in the “Levels of BIM” from BIM & Revit World.
There was also a new post from sixtysecondrevit about a new custom node in Rhythm for Dynamo.
Here is one last post (which is also an introduction) to the completed Periodic Table of BIM from NBS.
She’s baaaaccccck check out the latest post from the Mistress of the Dorkness.
Are you an Architect looking to learn Photoshop? If so checkout this post and survey from The Revit Kid.
Having some fun with Dynamo over at The Architect’s Desktop.
Lets take a look at whats new in Clarity 2017 (IMAGINiT Support Blog).
Check out the new and updated BIM 360 HQ, in this post from the BIM 360 Blog.
It’s that time of the week again, time for the Guru’s gatherings, as always from the ConAppGuru Blog.
Lets take a look at what popped up on the DynamoNodes site this week,