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Project 3D Lines onto Revit Topography

Projecting Lines onto Surfaces within Revit has been tricky for various reasons. One could argue that projecting lines and modeling with primitives are precisely the kind of things Revit was designed to avoid; and I agree with this attitude. 227 more words


Weekly Roundup - 2016.29

The week that was in the world of BIM –  for the week of July 17th, 2016 – July 23rd, 2016.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with this excellent wrap up of this years RTC NA 2016 is from… 911 more words


Place & Update Generic Annotation Tags In Revit Using Dynamo

As of Revit 2017, the task of displaying Area Tags in Floor Plans outside of Area Plans (such as Rentable Areas) is a manual one. An example of such an application would be an Apartment Building where the total floor area of every Apartment needs to be displayed in addition to room names and dimensions. 179 more words


The Things We Make - Part 2

We’re almost to the end of July and the summer team continues to work away on some amazing prototypes and workflows.

Since the last blog post… 277 more words


From Revit to Excel and Back

Excel and similar spreadsheet programs have always been the mainstay of data entry and analysis operations. Even with acess to more sophisticated applications, most architects and engineers, still prefer to modify parameters of projects and components with a fluid interface such as a spreadsheet so that they can take the data elsewhere and do interesting things with it. 118 more words


Weekly Roundup - 2016.28

The week that was in the world of BIM –  for the week of July 10th, 2016 – July 16th, 2016.

I’m going to start this weeks Roundup off with a question I’m sure we have all asked ourselves before, and this question comes from… 551 more words