Design technologist Colin McCrone gives a tutorial in Dynamo Studio for Autodesk Revit on list lacing and point grids. Basic use of the list at level operator—or List@Level—is also demonstrated on a two-dimensional list structure.
- [Instructor] Surfaces and panels…are inherently two-dimensional objects.…And in order to handle rows and columns of panels,…we'll need the tools to handle…two-dimensional list structures in Dynamo.…In the left column there are three sets of points.…And I'll zoom in on the first set at the top.…I would like to connect the two rows of points…in the first set with lines.…I'll search for line.ByStartPointEndPoint.…By connecting the first set to the start point…and the second set to the end point…I'll get the default behavior of Dynamo,…which is to create the same number of results…as the number of items in the shortest list.…
The row of point on the top has five points.…The row of points on the bottom has seven.…And the result here at the end is five points.…This is called shortest lacing,…and all nodes in Dynamo do this by default.…You can tell that it's shortest…because there's a small glyph…at the right-hand corner that has a single line.…With the other sets of points, we will examine…what happens with other means for lacing.…
- Paneling strategies
- Paneling with packages
- Normalized curve and surface parameters
- Importing geometry
- Adaptive components
- Conditional family placement
- Analysis and data
- Visualizing information
- Panel orientation and dimensions
- Embedding data in Revit elements
- Applying a regular pattern and a random pattern
- Mapping an image
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Paneling Strategies
2. Panels in Revit
3. Analysis and Data
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