The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of July 24th, 2016 – July 30th, 2016.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post from Practical BIM about a subject that everyone in the BIM world has an opinion on…….a BIM Manager.
Always good to get a little help from a friend, and in this case, the help was for an issue with groups in Revit. (Revittize)
Here is this weeks post from There’s No BIM Like Home.
Now let’s check out all the news fit to be news from the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
A somewhat sad postscript to the Happy Trails… post above written by Jim Balding, is that shortly after it came out it was also announced by RTC Events Management that Jim had stepped down from RTCem after 6 years to focus on his business and family. You can read the full announcement below, as posted by RTC Events Managment
It seems that it’s not just the RevitCat that has issues with the Stair Arrows in Revit, check out his latest post on the subject.
This week the ConAppGuru posted about his 5 construction apps for July.
Here are the AEC/BIM Podcasts from the week.
Hard to believe that RTC NA was 2 weeks ago now, well we all love a good recap, so check out mine (The BIMsider).
For some RTC is more than a conference it’s their summer vacation! (CADLearning Blog)
Now for some 3D lines to be projected onto out Revit Topo, find out how in this post from Microsol Resources Blog.
For those just getting into Dynamo, this is a good introductory post from Applying Technology to Architecture.
Speaking of dynamo here is a helpful post from the Dynamo Blog about DXFs.
Keeping on the Dynamo train lets learn how to hide some MEP center lines, thanks to sixtysecondrevit.
It was a busy week this week for the folks over at the FormIt 360 Blog, lots of goodness!
Now for the next trick lets change some wall-based casework to face-based, find out how in the post from iRevit.
If you missed the “Maller Scale” at RTC NA 2016, it has now gone open source (Boost Your BIM).
Have you thought about BIM for Fabrication? (Beyond the Silos)
Here is a little tip for your Revit walls, from The Architect’s Companion.
If there is one post to check off your list this week, this one from ArchSmarter is it.
What does the future hold for Construction Tech? I say the sky is the limit, but check out what the folks over at the BIM 360 Blog have to say.
This week’s post about Revit Add-ons from the Revit Add-Ons Blog.
There was a couple of good post on LinkedIn this week, check them both out below.
It’s that time of the week, for the Guru’s Gatherings, but the one and only ConAppGuru!
I will end this week’s Roundup with a great post on BIM Content management from The Revit Saver.