Monthly Archives: November 2017

Happiness is dry feet…

Another little Dynamo – this time we make sure that no water enters the basement and we”ll install a structural connection family at the bottom of the wall that joins basement wall and foundation slab together. In Revit terms – … Continue reading

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Zoo time…

Well – another challenge brought forward: find the contact surface between two joined walls and place a line-based family onto it.. think of this like a structural connection element that keeps a CMU wall connected to a cast in place … Continue reading

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Read the fine print

Printing a sheet set from Revit can be tedious, especially when you want to have a specific naming convention or such… Let’s look at this Dynamo: Simply straightforward thanks to the Archi-lab_Grimshaw node: And it gives us a directory full … Continue reading

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Hurry on sundown…

A summary of this week – first of all, I just love silly error messages and our good old Revit app is full of them. Like this: Yes, really, I want to print a single sheet as a single sheet. … Continue reading

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clr.AddReference(‘RevitNodes’)

Oops – our friend got technical – but the workflow seems interesting – find it here. Something for the road… More to come… Stay tuned, life is good…

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Unaware…

It’s been some time of quietness – the reason is that we were consumed with production work and not so much time has been left over for some creative thinking but – here we go – let’s dissect a workflow… … Continue reading

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