All posts tagged revit

The case for compacting Revit files…

When we started Bimbeats, the idea was that we would build software capable of automating the process of extracting data from our models. Yes, Revit was the low hanging fruit. […]

Creating a Self-signed Code Signing Certificate

The “why” Some time ago I have written a post about obtaining a code signing certificate to sign your Revit DLLs and satisfy their requirement for plugins. That article is […]

few more comments about materials in revit, dynamo, APIs etc.

It’s been a while since the last time that I was looking at Materials in Dynamo. Literally more than 5 years. Here’s the last write up I did on that […]

creating revisions and adding them to sheets

This topic came up recently in an email from one of my Patreon supporters. Daniel asked if there was a way to automate the Drawing Index Schedule, and the little […]

Google Maps Static API in Dynamo

Every now and then I find myself roaming the internet looking for things to do. Oh yeah, I know, I shouldn’t be saying this out loud. If there is a […]

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 […]

how to maintain Revit plugins for multiple versions continued…

Obviously, I wrote about this topic some time ago. Here’s the original post: Post. Basically, the issue was that I needed to maintain multiple versions of my Revit plugin, to […]

create ceiling plan by room

This is actually a pretty old topic. I first wrote about it back in 2015. Here’s the original post: Post Basically the idea was that I wanted to create Room […]

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 […]