All posts tagged revit

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 […]

creating curtain wall plans/elevations

I am not sure this would be useful for anybody, but some time ago, I was tasked with creating floor plans and elevations for each interior curtain wall partition. The […]

remove unused 3d view templates

I think everyone who’s been using Dynamo for a while now, knows that 3d view templates are a no go. They have been since day 1 of Dynamo. Why? It’s […]