The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of Sept. 3rd – Sept. 9th, 2017.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post about the Fall update for FormIt from the FormIt Blog.
Here is a great post (which videos) from the AU Blog featuring Kate Morrical.
If you use Revit and bimsync then you need to read this post from BIM 42.
Revit and bimsync Just Got a Room Together!
The week that was in the world of Revit Add-ons.
The Week that was in Revit and Navisworks Add-ons for Aug 28 – Sep 3, 2017
Another busy week for Luke over at What Revit Wants.
Open Source Photogrammetry Workflow with VisualSFM and Meshlab
Fix OneNote Screen Clipping Keyboard Shortcut
Revit API Python and Ruby Samples and Development Tools
Revit 2017.2.2 Update Direct Download Links
A Few Lessons Learned From My First Competitive Research Project
Some Dynamo fun from Livingroomcraftz & Just shut up and do BIM.
A quick one (while he is away)…
Some more Dynamo info in this post from BIMNature.
Dynamo: difference between IndexOf and FirstIndexOf
As always a great week of content from BIM Chapters. (Via Daniel Stine LinkedIn)
BIM Chapters Update – Week of 3 September 2017
This week Revit got a little older (as an Autodesk product), and if you have an industry collection you got the gifts (Revit Blog).
A little bit older, a lot more fabulous
This week AUGI put out its annual Salary issue.
AUGIWorld September 2017 Issue
Here are this week’s AEC/BIM Podcasts & Vodcasts.
E91 EXPLORING MODEL HEALTH (BIMThoughts)
39: Top Trends in CRE that Impact the Future- w/ Michael Bull (Constructrr)
CTT 85: The Importance of Collaboration i Construction with Peter Lasensky from NoteVault (ConTechTrio)
ConTechTuesday: Safety Gamification with Harness Hero by Simcoach Games (JBKnowledge YouTube Channel)
EA184: How to Establish a Lasting New Habit [Podcast] (EntreArchitect)
EPISODE 69 – INTERVIEW WITH DAN STINE (The Architech Show)
If you missed last week’s webcast from the Revit Kid, you are in luck.
Did you miss the Assemble webinar last week? Here is the replay…
Now for this week’s news from RTC/BILT from the RTC News Blog.
Committee Confessions – Chapter Eleven: BILT’ing sustenance
Missed BILTna? Head Over to BILTeur!
BILTna 2017 Top Speaker Joe Banks
Who should decide on BIM content specification? The Architect? The Manufacturer? I don’t care what either of you want! I need…
What people say about #BuildConSum
It’s official! Singapore, here we come!
This post brings up a good question (NBS)
The BIM ‘label’ : Is the term still fit for purpose?
Time to learn from the robots, find out more in this post from ArchSmarter.
How to Automate Any Task with the LOA Framework
Never seems to be enough info on this topic (Revit OpEd)
Shared Coordinates – Autodesk Reference Information
These are my kind of grids…3D! learn more in this post from Autodesk Revit Structure
Learn about some of the new 2018 Revit Schedule features in this post from IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog.
Take Control of your Revit 2018 Schedules
I will end this week’s Roundup with a cool post on the new BLK360 from It’s Alive In The Lab.
Brett Casson: Leica BLK360 Field Test on a Residential Property
Until Next Week,
LinkedIn: Carl Storms
Podcast: The Simply Complex Podcast