The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of May 29th, 2016 – June 4th, 2016.
Lets start this weeks Roundup off with this cool futuristic post that`s really about the not to distance future for the construction world, check it out over at BuiltWorlds.
Here is a post about creating your own hatch patterns in Revit with the help of an (outdated) add-in (landgeekblog).
Now for another post from landgeekblog, this one about Shared Coordinates.
Here is another post from this week talking about shared coordinates, this time from the ideate Solutions Blog.
Lets check out what’s new in the land of What Revit Wants this week.
More weekly nuggets, but this time from Revit OpEd.
Now for a look (or listen) to this weeks AEC/BIM Podcasts.
If you missed last weeks ConTechTrio, check out a recap from the ConAppGuru here.
If you have been following along as I have with There’s no BIM like home blog, then you will have ready read this weeks post…If you aren’t following along what are you waiting for?
If you are looking for a good debate, then check out this post on Construction apps from the ConAppGuru.
Looks like Autodesk snuck in some update floor tags for Revit 2017, check out this post from The Revit Geeks Blog.
Here is a neat little post from The Architect’s Desktop about a custom dynamo node he created.
Need to design a bridge, now you can do it with Dynamo, check out this post form BIM 42.
There was another new module released this week from Learn dynamo, go give it a try.
I think it’s time for you to sharpen your BIM pencil! (Shades of Grey)
What’s new in the world of RTC this week, if you head over to the RTC News blog all will be reviled.
The Case apps are back and they are free and open source, checkout this post on GitHub
You can also now get the 2017 versions of the Case app now too, thanks to BIMOne see excerpt from BIMOne email below:
We appreciate how much Case Inc. contributed to engaging people with BIM in our industry and the efforts they made by providing free apps for different needs in the AECO industry. We wanted to pursue Case vision so BIM One is offering more than 40 free Case Inc addins though our addin manager.
Check out the top 10 Revit apps for 2016 as picked by ArchSmarter.
The 10 Revit Apps You Should Be Using in 2016 (there is some on the Case apps at the end of this post too)
I’ve been a fan of anything to do with woodworking and CNC machines for many years now, and as such I found this post from It’s Alive in the Lab a fun read.
Here are a couple of posts from the IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog this week, one a tip & trick and one about the upcoming RTC in Scottsdale.
Lets take a look at all the Revit Add-ons news for the week (and last week).
Its been a few weeks, but here is another post (Video) on the new Revit 2017 features, from the Hagerman Blog.
Some good info in this next post about updating and add patches to your Autodesk software, from the Microsol Resources Blog.
Its been awhile but here is some Bluebeam news from the Hagen Business Systems Blog.
This month’s AUGIWorld is now out, go and get it over at AUGI
Speakers did you say you wanted Revit Speakers? Check out this post from Andekan Blog.
Here is a helpful post for those out there fighting the good fight against the Auto-update to Windows 10 (cadline Technology Blog).
Lets take a look at this weeks gatherings from the ConAppGuru.
What’s new in the world of Dynamo Nodes.
I will end this weeks Roundup with this funny movie trailer for the upcoming movie “The Architect”