Monthly Archives: December 2016

Fait accompli

Last post for this year – so first and foremost — Happy New Year to everybody! An extension to a previous post – creating a drafting view, make one line for each line style and label it with a text … Continue reading

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As nice as ninepence

Challenge of the day – analyze a couple of Revit projects and write various stuff like Dimension Types, Material names etc. to Excel. I am a lazy guy. I wanted the filename of the spreadsheet to be the same the … Continue reading

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Make hay when the sun shines

Boxing day, not much to do – but a little exercise in Python. Some of you might have run into the problem before: you want to craw/model something in Revit using Dynamo based on constant numbers – say a filled … Continue reading

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A Pattern Language

Dynamo challenge of the day – create a drafting view, put a filled region for every available type of filled regions onto it and tag them.An exercise handy for auditing your project. Here is the graph: Creating the filled region: … Continue reading

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The power of the written word

A Graph a day keeps the doctor away – Dynamo of today is: we want to have a drafting view that lists and displays all available text types¬†in a Revit Project: What ware we doing here: we first create a … Continue reading

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Whats in a name?

In the last post we showed how to create a line for every line style in the project. Now let’s push this a bit further – goal is to create a drafting view, create the lines for each line style … Continue reading

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Where do you draw the line?

In preparation for template work we needed to come up with a solution of listing all line styles in a Revit project and preferably create a line for each available line style. Dynamo to the rescue: First we get all … Continue reading

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