The first video shows the new updated version of the node. The basic principles are the same though. If you’ve seen the video (which I highly recommend) you know what the node does. You can find the node on the downloads page.
So I have an old video showing what seems to be the same thing, but the older node has some drawbacks
- It doesn’t delete dimensions that were already created for these columns
- It’s creating annoying 0-value dimensions when the column i
I recently had to load some families to projects that were worked on. Some of the projects already had an older version of some of the families. So it is that kind of boring tasks the you want to automate with Dynamo.
I found out there's a node in the DanEDU package that loads families in the current project, which was great, but it meant that I still have to open a dozen of files one by one and run the script each time. So I thought we should take it one step further.
In this video you will learn how to map an image file (a picture) to a curtain wall in Revit. I’m using a simple Dynamo script, which you can see in the video. Subscribe to my website to get the Dynamo file if you want it. The video turned out to be on the long side,but I think it’s pretty valuable because I encountered some errors. Actually this seems better than a clean demonstration, cause if you get the errors later you’ll know where to look at. I didn’t talk about the cr
Dynamo is gaining popularity. More and more people (I think generally more engineers than architects) are using it. And this is actually a good thing on its own. But there is some misconception about it. I've heard the phrase "Do some Dynamo magic" so many times. Yes, sometimes it's just a phrase, but more often than not it shows that people don't understand what exactly is and what is not Dynamo. And I think it's up to us - people who work with it every day - to spread the "
So I put a video up about creating a part of a very famous building in Bulgaria. You can find more about the building here. Here I want to break down the basic principles of using Dynamo to create this. These are valid principles that could be used in many other cases of course. I am also giving away the Dynamo definition and rfa file, you can find them here. 1: Sometimes it's better to draw the initial geometry in Revit. I've some people trying to create complex profiles wit