This video shows you how to read parameter information and transfer it to another parameter or element.
- [Instructor] In this video,…I'm going to show you how to use Dynamo…to create points from Revit geometry…then use those points as a location…to place Revit families by dividing a curve.…Let's start by opening Dynamo from the manage tab.…Click new to start a new workspace.…In this workspace, we're going to start by using…the select model element node…to select one of the lines in the Revit view.…Search for select model element…and click to add the select model element node…to the workspace.…
If you click select,…you will select one of the lines in the view.…This line is stored as a Revit element.…I'm going to convert the line to Dynamo geometry…by searching for the element geometry node.…If I wire the element output from select model element…to the element input of the element geometry node,…you can see that Dynamo now views this as a Dynamo line.…Now I'm going to search for…the point at equal segment lengths node…so I can divide this line into equal segments.…
If I click to add the points at equal segment…length node to our workspace,…
- 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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