Our friend here has a statement to make: https://shutupandbim.wordpress.com/2017/09/02/starless-and-bible-black/
Last couple of days had been a bit quiet and focused on production work and “future opportunities”.
The latter term I like a lot because 1 in 10 of advertised “guaranteed projects within the next 2 months” actually translate in money in the bank. But that is a small business rant.
More importantly – the workflow described above is sorta kinda cool – poll – what do you think?
Tip: Brian Eno – here Comes The Warm Jets album. Anyways – a quick update here.
And just for the records – I expect bashing on this remark – 3D PDF is cool IMHO….
File will come later due to IP restrictions…
Party time – production work to do. Now we here at LRCZ can put all the theory to work in a production environment – so we beta test our templates and families and Dynamo workflows…
Number one – the current project looks cool – growing day by day:
On the Dynamo side of life – not so much new unless you really want to know how to document all parameters in a Revit family.
Modifying the names will be the next step so stay tuned – a little spoiler:
Thanks to Peter Kompolschek for this code snipplet.
Now let’s translate – but that is a very different story.
Life is good…
Basic list management in Dynamo debunked.. here.
Meanwhile the staff at Livingroomcraftz is battling complex floors like these ones…
Duh – complex – stay tuned for more…
I really like this song youtube link here.
Anyways – our office freak was on to something here.
For the coming days there will be a bit of silence – production work pending – we need a model for this:
Tons of work pending…
Work is good, life is good…
Our friend just found something – https://shutupandbim.wordpress.com/2017/08/06/sailing-the-seas-of-cheese/
Types without types…
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. What more to say if you got to handle complex stuff like this:
Cutting Solids with Toposurfaces in Dynamo – works, but it’s a mind bender…
Life is still good….