This video shows how to filter the list of doors with requirements.
- [Instructor] In this video, I'm going to discuss…using Dynamo to find or create points from Revit geometry…by using the GetLocation node, the Geometry.Intersect node,…and then by dividing curves to make the points.…Let's get started by opening Dynamo.…Click New to start a new workspace.…In this workspace, we're going to start…by using Dynamo to select a door,…to find its location, and create a point.…In the Search bar in Dynamo,…search for select model element,…(keyboard keys clicking)…click to add the node to the workspace.…
The Select Model Elements node allows me to click Select…and select an item inside of Revit.…This item's stored as an element,…which is the door family you've seen, here.…With Dynamo, I can use the GetLocation node…to find the underlying location of this family.…In the Search bar, if I search get location,…(keyboard keys clicking)…I can wire the element output from Select Model Elements…to the element input of Element.GetLocation.…
If I look at the results, you'll…see that I've generated a point.…
- Finding curves and points in Dynamo
- Creating a list for organizing elements
- Modeling walls and floors
- Working with multiple rooms
- Creating a graphic finish legend
- Creating a material take-off
- Creating graphic overrides
- Updating room parameters
- Creating a floor type from a room parameter
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Dynamo Concepts
2. Workflows: Model Finishes from Room Finish Schedules
3. Workflows: Finish Legends
4. Workflows: Synchronize the Room Finish Schedule
5. Taking It Further
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