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Weekly Roundup – 2017.11

The week that was in the world of BIM –  for the week of Mar. 12th – Mar. 18th, 2017.

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I’m going to start this week with a post from a brand new blog called BIM Chapters for one of the great Revit authors – Dan Stine.

Materials in Linked Revit Models

Some new stuff for Revit 2017, that we may have missed, learn about it in this post from Phil-osophy in BIM.

Wall Opening – What’s New?

It has has been busy these past few weeks in the world of construction collaboration, and Paul from Extranet Evolution has put together a nice recap.

Collaborative announcements

Would you like some help with making Dynamo scripts that can be reused from project to project or even office to office, if you said yes then head over to Daniel and Autodesk AEC Software.

Dynamo scripts portability

Now for the week that was in the world of RTC/BILT from the RTC News Blog.

Passports Please!

Flux.io – The Google Doc-ification Of BIM Workflows

What’s Your Schedule In October Looking Like?

Looking For Some Light Reading?

have you had your weekly fix of AEC/BIM Podcasts yet? If not then dive into the list below.

E69 SETTINGS UP VR    (BIMThoughts)

AEC DESIGN TECH EDITION – EP013 – AMAZING NEW FEATURES IN DYNAMO 1.23 TO ENHANCE REVIT PART 1    (Simply Complex Podcast)

E59 Adoption of Lean Construction with Viktor Bullain from Turner    (ConTechTrio)

A handy little post for a neat little Dynamo trick from BIMNature.

Dynamo: Avoid too much wire

Dynamo: Avoid too much wires (Part 2)

Now it’s time for the news of the week from the world of Revit Add-ons.

The Week that was in Revit Add-ons for March 6-12, 2017

If you need to find the CoG of a Revit element, this is a handy post from Autodesk Revit Structure.

Revit and Dynamo – Finding the Centroid (CoG) of Revit elements

This week we add the structure to the platform in the RevitCat‘s series.

Nested Revit Repeaters – Gare do Oriente pt 5   (Part 1, 2, 3, 4)

Here are a couple posts from the NBS site this week that are worth checking out.

10 rules for a successful BIM implementation

The BIM directory – essential resources for BIM

You know What Revit Wants, some nested family knowledge.

Driving the Visibility of a Nested, Nested Shared Family where Hosted in a Curtain Wall Panel Door

Check out some of the latest updates for BIM 360 Field in this post from the BIM 360 Blog.

New Quality Management Tools Promote Subcontractor Involvement, Connect Workflows

There is a new initiative in the BIM world, and its called BIMe. Head over to BIM Think Space and find out more.

THE BIMe INITIATIVE

Here are a couple of posts I’ve missed from Shades of Grey that are worth checking out.

Sketching in a Digital World (from Andrew Milburn’s LinkedIn)

BANKING ON FORMIT

PROJECT SOANE IS DEAD, LONG LIVE P.S.

FLASHBACK TO PORTO

This is an interesting post and it starts to show the power of the Forge platform. (BIM 42)

Building a Forge Web Viewer

I will end this week’s post with the coolest thing since LEGO itself! (Boom Design)

LEGO tape turns virtually any surface into a toy brick building base

Until next week,

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