Monthly Archives: October 2016

Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe

Well, time to try out new stuff – SimLab Composer this time, together with Revit… so lets start with a Revit model. Transferring this to SimLab is easy, there’s a plugin that will do it. Doing a simple Transfer to … Continue reading

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Cool stuff

I have to admit that I am really no good when it comes to rendering. So, in order to make my life easy, I use Luxion Keyshot to render. It’s simple and easy to use and will generate quite nice … Continue reading

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The lone Rhinoceros

I came up with this title while listening to random music in the background, and it was Adrian Belew playing “Lone Rhinoceros”and it was sort of a perfect fit. Let’s explore the Rhino import in Revit 2017.1 to see what … Continue reading

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A story of love and hate

Revit 2017.1 everybody and when you create a new family and want to import CAD stuff you’ll see: Look at what it says at the drop-down list – Rhino files. Oh yes, finally, Rhino files, so no more awkward Dynamo … Continue reading

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We’re on the road to nowhere

One of these ancient Revit mysteries – you might have seen it before: Read closely – there is this category called Roads. Hmm, we might think, which tool do I need to use to create an object on that particular … Continue reading

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Going, going, gone…

Sometimes one just needs to take a bath in nostalgia and remember the good old times. Those times when the sun was out, work was fun and technology worked. Worked, sort of… One of these cases was Revit 2016 and … Continue reading

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