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Dynamo, Dynamo…DYNAMO! This open source graphical programming software, created by Autodesk has been around for a number of years. Recently it has updated to a new version, the interface has […]
If you work in Revit and constantly looking for good content, one source is Autodesk® Seek. You can find everything from generic to manufacturers models and even find AutoCAD content. Both Revit and […]
So there is no guessing that I am BIM/Revit enthusiast. I basically taught myself the software in my thesis year of college in order to utilize the strength of Revit […]
Here’s a tip on how to make your sheets in Revit a bit more flexible. In New York, drawings submitted to the Department of Buildings (DOB) require a suffix after the drawing […]
Anyone who is interested in BIM knows http://www.Revitcity.com. If you haven’t checked it out, it is one of the largest sites for BIM content as well as articles, forums and […]
I’m so excited to share this article from Medical Design & Construction Magazine about Winthrop University Hospital new research building and expansion to their campus. The new facility was design […]
So from time to time, you’re working in Revit and something happens. Perhaps a tag isn’t showing up or geometry isn’t responding to the parameter value change you just imputed. Welcome to the […]