Monthly Archives: July 2017

Gonna be easy

Our favorite freak on a leash it up to something here. Agreed that the fact that Revit uses single precision for it’s geometry (definition here) is a drag. And that a company like A’desk cant fix that is making me genuinely unhappy. … Continue reading

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Creep in the cellar…

Uh oh – this creep that is haunting the HQ of LRCZ – he is up to something with this. Looks like a window in a – wait a second – curved wall – can that work? Definitely WIP – but … Continue reading

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Under Heavy Manners

I love this song – link. David Byrne’s hysterical singing perfectly fits the beautiful weirness of Robert Fripp’s guitar tracks. Back to BIM – finally our excursion into geology is done. First we created excavation geometries for each ground slice using … Continue reading

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Inductive resonance

Revit for geology… – … what? Yes – imagine your task is as follows: You need to model foundations of a mildly complex structure – they look like that: Next step is to figure out how much dirt to dig. … Continue reading

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Smart Patrol… we shove the poles…

Oh dear music – Devo, Smart Patrol running in the background… This post is going to be continued – it’s a complex one but we’ll get to a point here. Problem of the day is – the busy bees here … Continue reading

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Join together…

Somebody seems to be a bit angry here but that is a valid point – why would the join order in Revit determine if a parameter value is valid or gibberish – I personally would have expected better from Autodesk … Continue reading

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The Cheerful Insanity…

Programming is not for the feeble minded – and visual programming is no exception. I sat quite some time today on a problem that presented itself as enigmatic: Why would that not work? Or only partially? All the nodes in … Continue reading

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