Monthly Archives: June 2018

Living in vain…

The emperors clothes – let’s try to clad columns in Revit using Dynamo. Here is the workflow: And here is before: And after: Happy to share… And life is now good… Advertisements

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Ton, Steine, Scherben…

Next episode in our quest to a better copy-and-monitor workflow in our BIM tool – a.k.a. AutodeskĀ® Revit. Let’s see if we can copy walls from one project into another empty project file… First we are looking at a couple … Continue reading

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I am a clone, I am not alone…

Another phrase out of a song that is persistently stuck in the back of my head… Now – next step in the saga of creating a better copy-and-monitor workflow in Revit. Back to levels – target project (empty) in front, … Continue reading

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Reinventing…

A rouge idea – in Revit, the copy-monitor process is – quite honestly, I can’t really get it to work… So – let’s reinvent it – disclaimer, this is just a start… Dynamo – let’s record the levels of a … Continue reading

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Analysis…

Frame by Frame – Analysis.. another challenge another song – let’s get to the core. Structural Model of size and all transactions in Revit take forever… Why – it’s the analytical model we need for analysis but makes quick editing … Continue reading

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