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Weekly Roundup – 2017.26

The week that was in the world of BIM –  for the week of June 25th – July 1st, 2017.


I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off by saying Happy 150th Birthday to Canada, this great country I get to call home, along with some facts about the big birthday from The BIM Jedi.

Happy Canada Day

How about an easier way to swap out your Revit titleblocks, well Konrad over at archi-lab has you covered.

swapping titleblocks…the easy way

Some fun with Starting Views from Applying Technology to Architecture.

Starting View Using Parameters

Now for this week’s issue of There’s no BIM like home.

PLQ3.3 – Naming Omnibus

All the News you want to know and more from the world of RTC and BILT from the RTC News Blog.

BILTna 2017 Speaker Spotlights!

Top 10 Speakers At BILT Asia 2017

Who Wants the Last Few Spots to DTS?!

LAST WEEK of Early Bird

Spotlight with BILTanz Social Media Golden Ticket Winner

A #BILTeur Keynote That Dares to Disrupt You!

This next post is for those times when you need to do a little drafting on the run, from the ACAD blog.

AutoCAD Mobile: The App That’s Right for Everyone

If you link Revit files from elevation views you should read this post from Revit OpEd.

Active View can Matter When Linking Using Positioning Auto – Center to Center

This next post is pretty great, at least I think so I can’t remember…(The BIM Jedi)

Digital Amnesia

Your PM’s need BIM too, find out more in this post from NBS.

BIM for Project Managers

Now for some fun with 3D printing and Revit from The Revit Kid.

3D printing and Revit – Yes, it’s Possible, and here’s how…

If you are interested in learning how to get started with C# for Revit, check out this free webcast from ArchSmarter on July 6th.

Getting Started with Revit Macros Using C#

Here are this week’s AEC/BIM Podcasts.

E002_BLUEPRINTS_TIPS     (BluePrints)

EA175: Michael Kilkelly – The Entrepreneur Architect Series     (EntreArchitect)

CTT 74 The Evolution of the Construction Punchlist with Mallorie Brodie from Bridgit    (ConTechTrio)

VR is here to stay, so might as well take a deep dive (Revit Blog).

Dive Deeper into Immersive Visualization with Virtual Reality

Some summer fun from the proving ground.

Analytics, machines, and our summer so far…

I can see this being an issue, I know sometimes I’m waiting for my favorite add-in to be updated when the latest version of Revit comes out. (archi+lab)

How to maintain Revit plug-ins for multiple versions.

This post has been causing a stir on Twitter, so much so Luke did a blog post about it over at What Revit Wants.

There are No LODs

No matter where you are in the world it’s always good to keep on top of what’s going on with Collaborative BIM (Extranet Evolution)

Collaborative BIM developments

last week’s news from the world of Revit Add-ons.

The Week that was in Revit and Navisworks Add-ons for June 19-25, 2017

Some fun with Onshape from Brian over at The Revit Saver.

Onshape: Design. Fabrication.

I will end this week’s Roundup with a funny from Brad Reid on LinkedIn.

Until Next Week,


Twitter: @theBIMsider
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LinkedIn: Carl Storms
Podcast: The Simply Complex Podcast
Podcast: BluePrints

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