Monthly Archives: September 2016

And another one

Client asks “How can I get room info into my MEP ducts”- here is the graph The tricky thing about ducts is that they are curve based so we have to analyze the curve and then get the rest of … Continue reading

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Dynamo – easy one

A couple of days ago a client called and asked if we could get relative hights written into some categories like Walls, Structural columns, etc.. Hmm, easy thing in Dynamo First we add two (shared) parameters to all the categories … Continue reading

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Something new

I spent a day or two fumbling around with Oasys’s Mass option – quite nice result…. Check it out at Evacuation simulation

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Dynamo BIM – Sheets to/from Excel

The client had the following scenario – renaming a large number of sheets. The obvious choice was to use Excel. So we needed two Graphs, one for writing to Excel, one for reading back. Writing to Excel was pretty straightforward: … Continue reading

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Dynamo – here we go

After quite some time of stubbornly neglecting Dynamo it kind of caught up with me this year, so there will be a couple of posts to this topic starting today with a nice little pair of graphs. Background – the … Continue reading

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