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Clearance Height on Stairs – Watch your head!

The ergonomics of a stair is not only about the tread depth, the riser height, the stair slope, … It is also about the safety of your head when you walk the stair. 819 more words


Get Floor Boundaries with Spring Nodes

Finding the boundary lines of an element is something that I have been trying to do in Dynamo for a little while now. There are several different tasks that you can automate in Revit once you have the boundaries of an element. 321 more words


Match Floor Points Update

I have a slight update and correction to last week’s post, Match Adjacent Floor Points. A reader pointed out that the definition also reset all non-adjacent points to zero. 68 more words


Weekly Roundup - 2016.20

The week that was in the world of BIM –  for the week of May 15th, 2016 – May 21st, 2016.

Lets start this weeks Roundup off  with a great recap of all the awesomeness that was RTCAUS 2016 last week in the land down under from… 1,049 more words


Revit Structure & Dynamo - Piled Wall Systems Tutorial

When creating Piled wall systems within Revit you either have to create a structural wall and then 2D detail this in plan to look like a piled wall system or more commonly place each male and female pile and at best, use the array or copy commands. 579 more words


Match Adjacent Floor Points

Continuing with last week’s theme of automating Slab Shape editing, another useful function that can be done in Dynamo is matching adjacent Floor points. So if you’ve taken the time to modify the points of one Floor, you can automatically match the adjacent (or overlapping) points of another Floor. 140 more words

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How the Dynamo Can Save Their Season

Eric Villarreal ‘16

As everyone can easily observe, the Houston Dynamo’s season has not gone according to plan. Currently eight games in, the Dynamo rank dead last in the Western Conference with a 1-5-2 record and are riding a three-match losing streak. 803 more words