Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Well, Revit can’t do this on it’s own or through the API. But, Dynamo can.
Luckily we can extract solids and get the directionality of those solids.(Note: this doesn't work for wacky geometry balusters at this time)
There’s another addition to the list of things Revit can’t do. (On it’s own)
Thursday, February 18, 2016
Dynamo is now at a stable release of 0.9.1!
This is exciting because there are always new features.
A few of my favorite include:
One of my least favorite (but necessary) features is this.
That being said, I am going to be publishing Rhythm under this build until the next stable build. So please keep this in mind.
The final version of Rhythm that is compatible with 0.9.0 is version 2016.2.8
Go download the new version and have fun!
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Every now and then I like to take some time to test out some features in Dynamo and “play around”, while learning of course.
Today I managed to make this cool little parametric spring after reading this blog post from RTC regarding an awesome bridge designed in Dynamo.
To get the reverse midway toggle to work I used an IF statement. If you have ever used an IF statement in Dynamo, you know it is quite a pain.
I was going to share this on the Dynamo customizer but it appears to be broken, so here is a link to the graph.
Monday, February 8, 2016
This is an update to a previous workflow I posted here http://sixtysecondrevit.blogspot.com/2016/01/clashing-ducts-and-walls-in-revit-with.html
Here is how you make the graph work for linked files. (Thanks to Konrad and Dimitar)