Populate Node Identifiers to Pipework Using Dynamo

In MEP design, some workflows require that you populate node identifiers for each connection point of a fitting throughout

Using Dynamo to Generate Pipework Hangers

If you’re finding yourself modelling more detailed models that reflect proposed fabrication or constructed works, Cesare Caoduro over at the

2017 Compatible Journal Based Bulk Family Upgrade Utility

The previous iterations of the batch family upgrader that I have posted previously were only compatible in versions of Revit up until 2016. After tweaking the journal slightly, it is now compatible with Revit 2017 and I have also tested that it is backward compatible with 2015 and 2016. You can download the updated version of

Consistency is Key. Setting Project Info With Dynamo

Over the last 3 months I’ve been busy working hard on coordinating the BIM for an existing infrastructure

The Truth About Chips

Last month, AUGI magazine ran an article titled What is The Best Computer for Revit, although the article goes into what management, the ‘superstar’ and the user requires, to be frank some of the advice within was absolutely terrible. The final paragraph states: ..whatever level of workstation The User and The Superstar gets, ensure the best Xeon

Sizing AS3500 Compliant Pipework Using Revit – Part 2

An important part of domestic water design is calculating flow and pressure losses, a common complaint I have from fellow Aussies though is that Revit’s pressure loss report is it’s not in a familiar format and is not something that they’re comfortable including within their design folders. Not to mention, with the AS3500 pipe sizing

Filtering Schedules

I had a question earlier in the week via Linkedin from Marvin, the question was Ryan, I was wondering if you could tell me how do I split my schedules per level? It’s a question that crops up eventually for most users, and it’s an easy one to implement. Tucked away in the list of

Sizing AS3500 Compliant Pipework Using Revit – Part 1

For Australians that have tried working with the pipe sizing tool within Revit, you would know that Revit doesn’t quite size things right. In fact it over sizes the pipework and calculated pipe sizes can get out of hand. I had the pleasure to speak about this topic at the 2016 Revit Technology Conference (RTC) back in May

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