The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of July 17th, 2016 – July 23rd, 2016.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with this excellent wrap up of this years RTC NA 2016 is from Michael Kilkelly over at ArchSmarter, and let’s just say when it came to his sessions this year he was “Ready to Rumble”!
You can get more of your RTC NA fill if you head over to my recap post (The BIMsider)
Here are this the new AEC/BIM Podcasts for the week.
If you missed last weeks ConTechTrio podcast here is the ConAppGuru’s recap.
If you are aren’t aware of Generative Design, don’t worry you will be. Until then check out this post from Between the Lines.
More entertaining reading about BIM (yup I said it), check out the latest post from There’s no BIM like home.
If you haven’t used “Parts” in Revit yet, then maybe this post from the ideate Solutions Blog might change that.
Here comes another Revit tip, this time from While You Were Syncing about things that aren’t quite level.
Ah yes LOD the term we all love to hate in the BIM world because it is crazy over used and misunderstood. This article from BIM Think Space is as good of an article on the subject as I’ve read.
I think for most people it would be a given that technologies in any field will help increase productivity, but I can’t think of a field where this is more relevant that construction. Learn more in this post from Rob over at the ConAppGuru Blog.
More words of wisdom on Revit Parameters from the RevitCat.
If you haven’t played with Revizto yet, well you should. Check out his post from BIM & Revit World
Who doesn’t love a good Dynamo post, no one right? Check out these posts from the MicrosolResources Blog.
Know the rules before you fly your drone, lucky for you the rules just got easier. (Builtworlds)
Always some good stuff over at What Revit Wants each week, this week was no exception.
More about what they do over at the Proving Ground.
There have been some updates to BIM 360 Glue this week, learn all about them in this post from the BIM 360 Blog.
Is there something missing from your latest install of AutoCAD? (IMAGINiT Manufacturing Solutions Blog).
Here is another helpful post from IMAGINiT, this time, the IMAGINiT Solutions Blog.
How do you make an interesting blog post about a vestibule? Well, you let Andy from Shades of Grey do the posting.
“The Juggernaught Package for Dynamo has now been updated with a few new exciting nodes so please give it a whirl and let me know what you think! One that might tickle your fancy is the new SelectItem.ByList shown below. Use it to reorder lists, get items, and reverse lists to name a few. I will demonstrate how this node might be utilised in an upcoming module so stay tuned”
One more post on Dynamo this time on the Mesh package from the Dynamo Blog.
Time for the gatherings of the Guru, in this week’s Guru’s gatherings, over at the ConAppGuru Blog.
For those of you out there in internet land that work with Advance Steel, this post from Autodesk Revit Structure will help your Revit & Advance Steel workflow.
Who doesn’t love a good story about Megabots? tossing a little reality computing and you’ve got a winner (Reality Computing)
Some great add-on info this week from the Revit Add-Ons Blog.
I will end this week with a really cool new offering from Autodesk that just came out this week (cadalyst)