From Dynamo to C# – Get and Set Parameters

I’m the kind of guy that uses Dynamo for practical things, an indispensable swiss army knife that I used to manipulate data. Getting and setting parameters is obviously key. This time around we look at how this is done in Dynamo and then how we can achieve that same thing with code. In this example

Is DWF Better than PDF?

If you ask anyone in the building services industry what they use to markup drawings, I can almost

Build Your Own Unassisted PowerShell Uninstallers

A fair chunk of what I do these days in the office is around testing software prior to

Removing Revit Line Patterns with C# Macros

Sometimes you might encounter an element within Revit giving you grief. Recently for me it was a line

Creating Annotation Tag Variations

Are you new to Revit and starting to create customised content for your models? You have all the

Don’t Have Dimensions in Families for COBie? Don’t Worry!

So you’re new to COBie and a deadline is approaching, your favourite project BIM manager comes up to you a few hours before the deadline and tells you “We have to do dimensions.. on every element in the COBie drop. You have your dimensions ready right?” Well there is no need to stress, as always

Using Dynamo to Insert a DWG Into a Revit Family

Another question that I’d rather not have the answer left to email I have a project on which

Fixing SP.Writer Run Time Error 70

If you’re like me, you haven’t used SP.Writer in a while but then if you’re also like me, you will at some point need to use it to generate a project customised shared parameters file. The first thing you do is pull out your trusty SP.Writer only to find that when you create a new