The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of Apr. 30th – May 6th, 2017.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a suggestion for your travel plans in early October 2017, learn more in this RTC News post.
Committee Confessions – Chapter Eight: In Which We Sample The Aarhusian BIM Smorgasbord
This post from Livingroomcraftz goes well with our opening post, as it also talks about Aarhus.
Let’s take a look at the rest of the posts from the RTC News Blog this week.
Registration Opened Last Week!
Earlybird Sell-out Sets New Record…Technically
Why You Should Attend Data Day?
BILT It Up, Build It Up, Build It Higher!
Now, who doesn’t like a good conference! (There’s no BIM like home).
2017 – The Year of the Conferences
A little help for your Revit Curtain Wall fun, from the Hagerman Blog.
Gable End Curtain Wall with Diagonal Mullions in Revit
Data literacy, we don’t need no data literacy…oh wait…(Proving Ground Blog)
Data Literacy – Your Data-Driven Advantage Starts with Your People
Here are this week’s AEC/BIM Podcasts.
29: How to Create High-Performance Projects & the Benefits of IPD/Lean Projects [2/2]- Renee Cheng (Constructrr)
CTT 66: Photogrammetry in Construction with Julian Norton From Pix4D (ConTechTrio)
32 – Quick Access to 3DORBIT (podCADing)
Episode 62 – The Gibberish Episode (The Architech Show)
Intro to Stingray’s Flow Nodes for Beginners 101 (Hello World Example) (Simply Complex YouTube Channel)
Intro to Zero Touch 202(creating a custom node that gets a Revit Element ID) (Simply Complex YouTube Channel)
More helpful info on the Bimorph Nodes from DynamoNodes.
CurvesFromCADLayers | Bimorph Nodes
Another busy week for BIM Chapters!
Autodesk Insight 360 – Walls; Part 7 (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
Revizto Export Scheduler for Timely Collaboration
Soffit and Bulkhead Modelling in Autodesk Revit
AIA Minnesota Event: Tour LHB’s Virtual Reality Lounge
Autodesk Insight 360 – Floors; Part 1
Revit User Programming – Not Originally in the Cards
This month’s AUGIWorld is out.
All the week’s news from the world of Revit Add-ons.
The Week that was in Revit Add-ons for April 24-30, 2017
A solid week from the Parametric Monkey with 4 dynamo posts.
Everyone one needs a good sidekick…so why not BIM! (ArchSmarter)
3 Reasons Why Excel is the Ultimate BIM Sidekick
This week was a FormIt kind of week for BIMNature
Formit: The mystery of groups and materials
Formit: Booleans and groups, how to…
I will end this week’s Roundup with a troubling post about fellow blogger Luke Johnson from What Revit Wants, who had hs blog deleted this week.
Until Next Week,
LinkedIn: Carl Storms
Podcast: The Simply Complex Podcast