The BIMsider’s favourite posts from the world of BIM – for the week of Mar. 11th – Mar. 17th, 2018.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a couple of posts from the one and only Marcello from his blog Simply Complex.
CREATE POINTS IN ETABS USING DYNAMOBIM
HOW TO QUICKLY GET APPROXIMATE LENGTH BETWEEN TWO OBJECTS IN REVIT
2) Keeping with Dynamo here is a post with a simple question from Sean Fruin on LinkedIn.
What is Dynamo?
3) This next post also from LinkedIn is a good companion piece talking about coding design software from Dr. Benjamin Coorey.
Coding and Architectural Design Software
4) In case you missed any of Dan’s posts this week on his blog BIM Chapters here is his weekly recap.
BIM Chapters Update – Week of 11 March 2018
Revit Forums – Past and Present (this was my favourite post fo Dan’s this week)
5) Just learning Dynamo, or maybe trying to get others in your firm to get on board, try Dynamo Player. (Revit Blog)
Do more with Inputs in Dynamo and the Dynamo Player
6) All the news from the world of RTC/BILT for the week from the RTC News Blog.
You Work. They Play. Everyone’s Happy 🙂
How I felt about BCS running concurrently with BILT vs Now
Panel Session: The Future of Construction and Technology
Speaker Spotlight: Keeley Pomeroy
Announcing the BILT NA Agenda!
7) If you haven’t heard of Solibri Model Checker, have a quick read of this post from AECbytes.
Solibri Model Checker
8) This is not specifically BIM related, but I do find it hard to finish a paper, or handout because it’s never “just” the way I want it. Read more over at the Getting Simple blog.
The Resistance to Finish
9) I don’t do a lot of ACAD post here, but this one seemed helpful. Thanks to Sam from CADpro Tips for posting it.
AutoCAD Layers in a PDF file
10) I will end this week’s Roundup with a post from Revit Pure to help you make notes in Revit efficiently.
6 STEPS TO CREATE EFFICIENT PLAN NOTES IN REVIT
Until next week,
LinkedIn: Carl Storms
Podcast: The Simply Complex Podcast