The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of Feb. 19th – 25th, 2017.
Export Revit Warnings List From API
Now for your weekly fix from the world of Revit Add-ons.
The Week that was in Revit Add-ons for February 13-19, 2017
If you have been waiting for a post on gutters, then you wait is over! (There’s no BIM like home)
The RevitCat is back this week with Part 3 of his most recent series of posts about nest repeaters.
Gare do Oriente – Revit Nested Repeaters – part 3 (Part 1, Part 2)
Here is a post from an interview I was part of during AU2016, from the AECCafe Voice Blog.
Ease-of-Use, Owner Involvement are Big Themes at Rand IMAGINiT
All news fit to be news from the world of RTC/BILT, from the RTC News Blog.
Calling All Speakers
Technology as a Starting Point?
Announcing Daniel Davis – WeWork
Committee Confessions – Chapter 2 – The Petting Zoo Massacre
Final Chance to Exhibit at BILT Asia
Speaking of the RTC/BILT world, check out this post from livingroomcraftz with a behind the scenes video of building a BILT schedule.
Now on to this week’s AEC/BIM Podcasts.
AEC DESIGN TECH EDITION – EP008 – TRIAL SOFTWARE IN AEC, THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY (The Simply Complex Podcast)
E66 PROJECT PLANNING (BIMThoughts)
AEC DESIGN TECH EDITION – EP009 – REAL TIME RENDERING VS PRE-RENDERING AND WHERE ITS GOING IN AEC (The Simply Complex Podcast)
E56 with Tim Shepherd from CAT Phones & SketchUp for HoloLens (ConTechTrio)
If you missed the ConTechTrio episode a few weeks back with Sarah Hodges, the BIM 360 Blog has a great recap.
ConTechTrio Recap: Autodesk’s Sarah Hodges on Digitizing the Construction Site
It’s always a good week when we get a Revit tip from The Revit Kid.
Revit Tip – Modifying a “Built-in” parameter (Type to Instance)
So what do you think about lettuce? Not sure, well Kelly Cone sure is, find out more on this post from LinkedIn.
Please, don’t put lettuce under my guacamole
Some Dynamo love from DynamoNodes.
Get Linked Elements in Host View(s)
Sometimes we all need a lifesaver (and I’m not talking about the Canadian Candy), find out if you need one in this post from the ConAppGuru.
Do you want to help plan all the fun of AU 2017 in Vegas? Then you will want to read this post from the AU Blog.
What do you want to learn at AU 2017?
What does Revit want, well it wants you to go to the blog by Luke Johnson called, What Revit Wants.
Goodbye Autodesk Suites, Hello Industry Collections
Autodesk Revit Live 1.7 Released
What’s better than a 4 letter word, well a 3 letter word of course! (The Architect’s Companion)
“BIM” is a three-letter word
A few weeks back Carl Bass stepped down as CEO At Autodesk, there have been many posts about it, and here is another one, from Engineering.com.
Carl Bass – The Exit Interview
This week’s posts from BIMNature.
BIM 360 Team: All users require a subscription
BIM 360 DOCS: Changed permission model
Revit: Create dormer opening for joined roofs
Revit: Warning: Default Center-To-Center positioning will be used
Revit: Change array behavior
This next post is from Paul Aubin and is about something all us Revit user know, or should I say deal with a little too much. (LinkedIn Learning Blog)
Understanding The Different Warning Signs in Revit
This next post is a popular question right now in AEC, and for me, the answer will seem silly but it’s at the start (and do it now) check it out from NBS.
Where to start with Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Project Fractal is pretty cool, and if you haven’t heard of it, or played with it yet then this post is for you. (BIM Outsourcing)
Brief Overview Of Autodesk Project Fractal To Create Numerous Designs
Who doesn’t need a chiller that can flex like Arnold, find out more in this post from the Andekan Blog.
Built to Last: Manufacturer-Specific Revit Families That Are Made to Flex
This is cool for those using BIM 360 Field, find out more in this post from the BIM 360 Blog.
Construction Apps BIM 360 Field and Smartvid.io Integrate to Improve Quality
I will end this week’s Roundup with this interesting post about best inventions of all time, see if you agree with the folks at the Gazette Review.
Top 10 Most Clever Inventions Of All Time