Examples for All List Actions in DYNAMO

Quelle/Source: http://plevit1.blogspot.com/2015/01/examples-for-all-list-actions-in-dynamo.html While I’ve been digging Dynamo for a few days, I found it’s very exciting and has a lot of potential. I think one of the most important parts in Dynamo is List Actions. But I also found there are not enough usage examples of List Actions at tutorial or any elsewhere to understand. So,…

Steel Workflow from Early Concept to Fabrication using AEC Collection – Part 1

Quelle/Source: http://blogs.autodesk.com/revit/2018/06/28/steel-workflow-early-concept-fabrication-using-aec-collection-part-1/   Traditional structural engineering workflows involve a variety of challenges. Structural engineers typically start the design process by getting familiar with the architect’s design by interpreting architectural drawings or general 3D conceptions. From those drawings most structural engineering offices will create at least two different visions of the project by creating a design of…

13 TIPS TO CREATE A GREAT REVIT TEMPLATE

Quelle/Source: https://revitpure.com/blog/13-tips-to-create-a-great-revit-template   Creating a great template in Revit is challenging. Where do you even start? With years or refinement and experimentations, we found the best standards and features to use. If you like this guide, make sure to check out our brand new Revit Pure BASICS template, which includes all the tips below and much more.…

13 Tips to understand Revit base points and coordinate system

Quelle/Source: https://revitpure.com/blog/13-tips-to-understand-revit-base-points-and-coordinate-system Revit coordinate system is very confusing. Even after 7 years of Revit experience, I still needed hours of research, investigation and experiments to build this guide. This post covers a lot of ground. You will learn about the mysterious, super secret Revit Internal Origin. You will learn the difference between a Survey Point and…