All posts tagged automation

using bimbeats to prevent accidental occurrences of users working directly in a central file

What and why. I don’t normally write about Bimbeats since it’s a paid software, and I feel like promoting it on my blog would somehow violate my integrity. At the […]

one way to manage your Git project

This workflow is something that I was introduced to by a friend of mine – Mostapha. Obviously, I have been using GitHub to store and manage my code for quite […]

placing damper families at intersections of duct and wall

So I haven’t done much MEP work on this blog, simply because I used to work in Architecture so most of the tasks that I have ever worked on were […]

Spell Checking w/ Dynamo

I am not sure how useful this would be, but I saw a question on the Dynamo Forum, where someone was asking about potential to Spell Check their Schedules in […]

creating curtain wall plans/elevations pt2

Oh boy. Dimensions. That one is fun. So I promised to turn this into a series of posts, and series it is. Mostly because there is a lot to talk […]

Finding out if a Curtain Wall is embedded inside of another Wall

So not too long ago, a question was posed to me on LinkedIn – of all places – whether it was possible to find out if a Curtain Wall was […]

importing PDFs made easy

Recently when I was scouring the Dynamo blog for a question that would be remotely useful I came across a request that I could sink my teeth into pretty quickly. […]

creating view sets

This came about as a request from a colleague of mine from our Washington DC office. It turns out that they do a lot of printing (duh), and their View […]

how to maintain revit plug-ins for multiple versions

One thing that we all have a love/hate relationship with is API breaking changes. Yes, we all love shiny new toys, but they usually break our old reliable tools. What […]